The Aston Martin Lagonda is a special car. Just 645 were built over 12 years of production, all sporting genuinely stunning William Towns design. This particular Lagonda, one of 85 fuel-injected Series III examples built, underwent an utterly unique shooting brake conversion in the mid-2000s.
According to Sotheby's, this car has had just two owners from new. The first, a Danish man living in Switzerland, optioned the car with a complete cocktail set, a television, picnic tables, and lamb's wool rugs. He kept the car up until 2006 when it was sold to the second owner in Sweden. From there, it was given to Swedish industrial designer Ted Mannerfeldt for its shooting brake conversion.