1925 Delahaye Type 97 for sale. Extensive restoration and rebuild undertaken on this car. She is absolutely stunning and beautifully finished. all the photos of the chassis and running gear restoration can be seen here https://goo.gl/photos/svG2QajYYTLPUnPD9
I am selling to fund my next project.
Emile Delahaye is one of the founding fathers of the Automobile Industry. Like his contemporaries Gottlieb Daimler, Ferdinand Porsche and Henry Ford, Delahaye built his first automobile before the turn of the twentieth century – in 1895. Emile Delahaye designed the early cars himself and he remained .....
In the aftermath of World War II, Delahaye had survived battered but not broken. Until production of their landmark 135-series could resume, the company paid the bills by building commercial trucks and buses. Once the 135M was revised for the post-war climate, however, Delahaye was back in business .....
car in good overall condition and need a little bit more attention : the original interior should need to be restored and few other cosmetic details. The engine turns well and the car drives well too.
more pics and details on : http://www.scuderiavince.com/1947delahaye135mcabguillore/
The 135 series was introduced at Paris Salon in 1935 and it quickly became a sharp competitor on a racing circuits. Its driving performance are also today very impressive. The car took the first six places at the 1936 Grand Prix automobile de Marseille, a second at Le Mans in 1937, and first, second, .....
We have for sale an impressive original delahaye limousine from 1911 second hand!! the second owner bought it from a friend in 1913 who was dieing and asked him to keep the car for ever . the car has been with the family since then and is very little used .the owner now is his grandson .
the car is .....
Mileage : 81.201 Kms
First registration date : 1949
Color : Dark Blue
Interior color : Tan
Power (kw) : 91
Power (cv) : 125
Cubic capacity : 3600
Number of cylinders : 6
Fuel type : Petrol
Gearbox : Manual
Layout : RWD
Number of seats : 4
Coachwork by Guilloré
The great Émile Delahaye, and his successor Amédée Varlet, are two of France’s greatest pioneers in the motoring industry. Their talent and innovative approach to engineering earned Societe Des Automobiles Delahaye its place as one of France’s grandes routieres, building magnificent road cars .....