Delahaye 1894 - 1954: Delahaye was one of the oldest makes in France. During the 1910s and 1920s they built refined and well-made but rather dull touring cars. In the 1930s, when Delage was incorporated, Delahaye offered a sports car which was very successful and got some extravagant bodies. Also related to Chenard-Walcker and builder of commercial vehicles. Company: Automobiles Delahaye - Rue du Banquier, Paris, France Models: 1; 10; 15; 22; 32; 36; 44; 82; 87; 92; 97; 107; 108; 109; 126; Coupe des Alpes; 134; 135; 145; 148; 165 Coachbuilders: Pourtout; Chapron; Figoni & Falaschi; Kelsch; Grümmer; Manessius; Guiet; Maleval & Vacher People: Emile Delahaye; Charles Weiffenbach Most famous car: 135 with Figoni & Falaschi body, late 1930s

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