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LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER - photo 1 LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER - photo 2 LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER - photo 3 LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER - photo 4 LAGONDA M45 T8 TOURER - photo 5


The M45 Lagonda was first owned by Sir Robert Adeane, the uncle of the current Earl of Radnor.  It remained in the family of The Hon. Peter Pleydell-Bouverie (uncle of Simon Kidson) until after the war when it spent some time in Canada.

The car was repatriated in the 1980's.  It was refurbished and had the colour changed to red in 1988 by Richard Hannis in Great Britain. The car returned to North America in 2008 and successfully completed the Colorado Grand in 2009 and the Cal Mille in 2010.

  • Registration Number  -  BMH 965
  • Chassis  - Z11165
  • Date of first registration  - 25th October 1934
  • Original T8 Tourer Body
  • 1934 M45 Lagonda  -  BMH 965

The M45 Lagonda T8 tourer (chassis Z11165) was first registered in October of 1934 to Philip Pleydell-Bouverie, son of the Earl of Radnor.  An Alvis full synchromesh gearbox was fitted pre-war.  It remained in the Pleydell-Bouverie family until after the war.

The Lagonda found its way to Canada in the 70's there owned by Brock and Louise King. The car was repatriated to Great Britain in the late 1980's where it was mechanically restored by Vintage Coachworks in Hartley Wintney. The colour changed from green to red at this time by then owner, Richard Hannis.

The Lagonda has covered less than 50,000 miles and carries its original T8 touring coachwork.

In 2008 it had a re-spray and new trim work. 

It has recently had a new black Tonneau cover and hood bag.

Also some new wheels have been fitted also in black and has had a full service.

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