The Aston Martin Lagonda was a luxury four-door saloon. A total of 645 were produced.
The Series 4 was launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1987 and received a significant exterior facelift by the car's original designer William Towns. The car's sharp edges rounded off and the pop-up headlights eliminated, with a new arrangement of triple headlights each side of the grille being the most obvious alteration and the introduction of 16-inch wheels. Powered by the legendary 5340cc Aston Martin V8 and Chrysler Torqueflight automatic gearbox deliver the power smoothly to a top speed of 145 mph.With production of around one car per week, only 98 of the Series four models were built. The last car was produced during January 1990 making this one of the last cars ever built.
This 1990 Aston Martin Lagonda “Wedge” has covered 84,000 miles from new, in true British establishment tone the LCD instrumentation advises you to "Replenish fuel" and other useful comment! To compliment the exotic styling a luxurious interior is furnished with selected Connelly hides and Wilton carpeting, futuristic dash board and switches are complemented with Hand crafted walnut wood capping's. Fitted with electric windows and a rear sunroof, alloys tinted windows, central locking, electric operated petrol fillers and bonnet catch. Handcrafted alloy body panels presented in Masons Black with a white Connelly leather interior. It has had recent extensive mechanical and electrical refurbishment and has a current MOT certificate for 12 months.
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