1952 Lagonda 2.6-Litre Drophead Coupé

By the late 1800s Springfield, Ohio had become a major manufacturing center for farm machinery. Scenes of Lagonda Agricultural Works: men harvesting grain, and harvesting machinery. Date c1859.

24 Hours of Le Mans  |  1935

The 1935 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 13th Grand Prix of Endurance and took place on June 15 and 16, 1935. The drivers were Johnny Hindmarsh and Luis Fontés who raced for the British racing team Arthur W. Fox & Charles Nicholl. They won the race in a 4½ liter Lagonda M45R Rapide. Three years later Johnny was killed while test flying Hawker Hurricane I L1652 at Brooklands. Luis was killed during WWII while delivering a Vickers Wellington Mk1C bomber to the RAF.

Luis Fontés

Johnny Hindmarsh

Lagonda straight-6 engine

Lagonda's Coachbuilder

The Art of David Brown's Lagonda Advertising

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1952 Lagonda 2.6-Litre Drophead Coupé

24 Hours of Le Mans  |  1935

The 1935 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 13th Grand Prix of Endurance and took place on June 15 and 16, 1935. The drivers were Johnny Hindmarsh and Luis Fontés who raced for the British racing team Arthur W. Fox & Charles Nicholl. They won the race in a 4½ liter Lagonda M45R Rapide. Three years later Johnny was killed while test flying Hawker Hurricane I L1652 at Brooklands. Luis was killed during WWII while delivering a Vickers Wellington Mk1C bomber to the RAF.

Luis Fontés

Johnny Hindmarsh

1952 Lagonda 2.6-Litre Drophead Coupé

By the late 1800s Springfield, Ohio had become a major manufacturing center for farm machinery. Lagonda Agricultural Works, Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, Warder, Brokaw & Child. Scenes of Lagonda Agricultural Works: men harvesting grain, and harvesting machinery. Date c1859.

Luis Fontés

Johnny Hindmarsh

The 1935 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 13th Grand Prix of Endurance and took place on June 15 and 16, 1935. The drivers were Johnny Hindmarsh and Luis Fontés who raced for the British racing team Arthur W. Fox & Charles Nicholl. They won the race in a 4½ liter Lagonda M45R Rapide. Three years later Johnny was killed while test flying Hawker Hurricane I L1652 at Brooklands. Luis was killed during WWII while delivering a Vickers Wellington Mk1C bomber to the RAF.

24 Hours of Le Mans  |  1935

Lagonda straight-6 engine

Lagonda's Coachbuilder

The Art of David Brown's
Lagonda Advertising 1952-1953

205 CONSTITUTION DRIVE  |  MENLO PARK   |  CA  94025

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