1936 Delahaye 135 Compétition Court Gallery
The 2.65-meter chassis typically came with a 3-carberator version of the Delahaye’s engine known as the Compétition. Later cars built after 1937 came equipped with the larger 3557cc 135M engine.
The roasters are an attractive and diminishing flow that’s extended to details such as light surrounds and accent lines. Other features from Geo Ham, such as fully enclosed wire wheels, lights pushed to the extremity of body and a distinct rear fin further set these cars apart from the rest.
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