Lagonda 42

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
42 hp V12 Saloon 1937 4480 ccm - 166 -
42 hp V12 Saloon De Ville 1937 4480 ccm - 166 -


Hurtigst: 166 km/t

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