In that post I commented that Feeley's frontal design, the basis for both factory and custom bodies, was more rounded than, say, the angularity of Rolls-Royces. Which made me wonder if there were examples of Logonda V12s with angular bodies and how such bodies might relate to the rounded frontal design. It happens that the Freestone & Webb coachbuilding firm (brief Wikipedia entry here) built some "razor-edge" bodies (F&W initiated that style) on V12 Lagondas. Some these are shown below.
I am forced to conclude from these photos (and not by viewing one of these cars in person) that Feeley's frontal identity features and Razor-Edge styling do not work very well together.