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Aston Martin Lagonda Series 2 Tickford (1984)

For those who considered the appearance of the standard model too conservative, Aston Martin offered a Tickford conversion, which took its name from the factorys in-house coachbuilder (actually Salmons & Sons) that had been absorbed in 1955. Tickfords conversion consisted mainly of a striking looking body kit, complete with side skirts, deeper rear valance and an aggressive front air dam, while some cars also had their wheelbase extended (this example is on the standard wheelbase).

 
Registration no:A90SYV
Chassis no:L00R13193
Engine no:V/580/3193
Engine:
0-60 mph:0
Top Speed:0
MPG:0
Passenger Seats:4


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