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1955 Lagonda 3 Litre Drophead  Coupe

1955 Lagonda 3 Litre Drophead Coupe

  • Between 1953-1958 the Lagonda 3-Litre fitted 600 - 16 crossply tyres.
  • The 6.00-16 PIRELLI STELLA BIANCA is the best crossply tyre for a late '50s 3 litre Lagonda.
  • The other brilliant alternative would be the radial 185 VR 16 PIRELLI CINTURATO CA67.
  • The 3-Litre fitted tube-type wheels throughout its production. Innertubes are required for this car.
  • The best innertube for these 16" tyres is Michelin 16F reinforced innertube.

It is important to note that this is the 1950s Aston Martin 3 litre Lagonda not the earlier pre war Lagonda 3 Litre.

3-Litre Lagonda Tyres

  • In the '50s Pirelli made the Stella Bianca which was the go-to performance crossply tyre for many European sports car manufacturers, today it is the highest speciation crossply in that size, and handles superbly.
  • As a Radial alternative, David Brown Aston Martin works fitted Pirelli Cinturato to their Feltham cars, and that would still be the best option today.

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History of the Lagonda 3-Litre

The Lagonda 3-Litre is a car manufactured by Aston Martin Lagonda from 1953 to 1958. It was the second Lagonda model produced by David Brown/Aston Martin. The 3-Litre was equipped with a larger 140 horsepower version of Walter Owen Bentley's double overhead camshaft Lagonda Straight-6 engine.

The inside was opulent, with polished wood for the dashboard and door trimmings and leather seats, individual in the front and a bench in the back, with a central fold-down arm rest. The front doors also had movable armrests. Standard features included a heater, radio, and built-in hydraulic jacks. There were single and two-tone paint schemes available.

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