When introduced at the London Motor Show, the Aston Martin Lagonda was a true sensation with its avantegarde 'folded paper' styling, high tech digital dash, and near-supercar performance from a hand-built 5.3L DOHC V8. They also had a staggering 46,000GBP price tag, which made the Lagonda more expensive than essentially everything but a Rolls Royce Corniche, and thus a mere 645 were produced over the entire life of the car (1978-1989).This Aston Martin Lagonda, chassis 13446, is one of 56 cars built for the 1986 model year and has had just two owners from new. It has been driven a mere 17,927 total miles, and the car shows superbly throughout. Most recently it has spent several years semi-dormant, stored in a collection, so it has been fully inspected and serviced at the Aston Martin dealer to ensure it is ready to drive and enjoy. Indeed, it drives superbly, with excellent power, strong brakes, and tight, sure-footed handling.Included with the car are the Dealer invoices for the recent work, which included a new water pump, new belts, fresh fluids, rebuild of the air conditioning compressor, and more. Also included are old registrations and dating back to 1999 when the most recent owner acquired the car, the complete original owner`s manuals and original service booklet, a file of informative Lagonda literature, and the spotless CarFax report, which shows the additional owner history prior to 1999 and indicates zero record of accident or incident.