Coachwork by Guilloré. Delahaye didn’t produce his own coachworks. All cars were sold as rolling chassis for being sent by its owner to the coachbuilder of his choice. Guilloré was one of the great French coachbuilders
Originally, this car was a 2-door coupé. The second owner had the roof cut by another coachbuilder: Ragou. The result is identical to the convertible made by Guilloré. Coupé and convertible only differed in the roof.
It is the M version, with 3 carbs. Engine capacity: 3.6 litre. 115 hp.
Cotal gearbox (pre-selective, electromagnetic. No need to use the clutch for shifting.)
Delahaye 135 cars won three times the 24 hours of Le Mans.