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Product details A 1939 Lagonda V12 cabriolet
A 1939 Lagonda V12 cabriolet
A 1939 Lagonda V12 cabriolet. The Company was started by an American, Wilbur Gunn. He came to England in 1891, and eventually started to build motorcycles in 1898 working from the greenhouse of his home at Staines, around which the factory eventually grew. The name Lagonda was the Shawnee Indian name for what is now Buck Creek in Gunn's native Springfield, Ohio.
- Image ref: 1194169
- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images