This late model Delage D8-120 has a 4.3-liter, eight-cylinder engine on the short wheelbase Delahaye 135 chassis. The Delage and Delahaye companies had merged in 1935 and therefore shared many components. Their chassis attracted the latest styles of coachwork by all of the top European carrossiers, including Figoni, Franay, Labourdette and Chapron, which designed and built this cabriolet. They were extremely expensive in their day, selling for over 105,000 French Francs. This very original car was bought by its current owner in 1995.
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(Data based on Model Year 1939
Vehicles That Failed To Sell1939 Delage D8-120's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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