1952 Delahaye 235M by Chapron Elegant 2 seater Coupe. Lightweight alloy coachwork. Shown at the Paris Salon. Preserved in highly original condition
1947 Delahaye 135MS Coupe with one off coachwork by Farina. The only example of the marque ever bodied by Farina. Stylish design with transparent roof panel. Restored to an exceptional standard and ready to show or tour! Fitted with 3.6 litre engine with triple Solex carburettors and Cotal gearbox. Unique and stunning
1953 Delahaye 235 Saoutchik Coupe Chassis Number: 818039 Presented by coachbuilder Jacques Saoutchik at the Paris Auto Salon in October 1952 for the 1953 model year. 1954 Concours d’Elegance at Enghien, France This 1953 Type 235 is the only Saoutchik bodied Delahaye existing.
1947 Delahaye 135MS Roadster Guillore coachwork One-off Paris salon vehicle 1 st in Pebble Beach 2001 1st CCCA National Winner 1st National AACA winner 2003 1st Meadow Brook Concours 2003 1st Newport Beach Concours 1st Palos Verde 1st Houston Keels and Wheels 2004 Includes Fitted Louis Vouton Luggage Recent Documented Ground Up Restoration
One of only two Delahaye 135 M Coupe built by Antem This Delahaye 135 M Coupe chassis no. 800990 has a breathtaking design with lines particularly fluid Totally restored Record with pictures of the restoration available Very few miles covered since the extensive restoration This Delahaye has a French registration
Body made by Pourtout in 1948 First example of this "transition" model combining the pre-war style and the integral pontoon line Was exhibited on the Pourtout stand at the 1948 Paris Motor Show Participated in many Concours dâElÃ©gance (like Enghein-les-Bains in 1949 or the concours of "La Grande Cascade" at the Bois de Boulogne in 1949 too) Property of the Marquis de Cuevas in 1952 (he owned and managed a famous ballet company) It then went through the hands of several French owners In 1988-1989, the body, paintwork and upholstery of the car were restored by the Atelier Automobiles Anciennes in Chambray-les-Tours (AAAT) Claude Pourtout, Marcelâs Pourtout son, who supervised the restoration work, certified that this car was built by his fatherâs company Sold at an auction in New York in 1989, the car has since been part of various American collections This matching number car works perfectly. Only 43,405 km from new. Ready to appear at the main international Concours dâElegance events US papers. European taxes paid.