Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Delahaye 135, De Vaux Continental, Praga, Lincoln Custom, Lancia Ardea, BMW 303, Willys Americar, BMW 320, Aero, DeSoto Airstream, Buick Y-Job, Delahaye 134, Vale Special, Lancia Artena, Ferrari 212 Export, Hispano-Suiza J12, Mercedes-Benz W125 Rekordwagen, Lancia Astura, Peugeot 302, Lancia Augusta, Buick Super, Tatra 57, Oldsmobile Series 60, Fiat 508, Fiat 1500, Maserati 8C, Fiat 2800, Mercedes-Benz 150H, Mercedes-Benz 260 D, Steyr 50, Packard One-Ten, Ford Model C Ten, Fiat 518, GAZ-61, Nash 600, Amilcar Compound, Mitsubishi PX33, Continental Automobile Manufacturing Company, Lancia Dilambda, Studebaker US6, Packard 180, Fiat 514, Fiat 522, Bucciali, Ford 7Y, Aries, Packard Super Eight, Elcar, Ford E83W, Tatra 80, Fiat 521, Tatra 75, Fiat 524, Luc Court, Jensen S-type, Fiat 527, Jensen H-type, Pierce Silver Arrow, Chrysler Royal, Ford Koln, Ford Eifel, GAZ-64, Bentley Mark V, Ford 7W, Fiat 515, Rover Scarab, Volvo Venus Bilo, Danvignes, Southern Cross, Peugeot VLV, Fantom, Mazda Mazdago, Cadillac Series 355, Tatra 82, Type 95 recon car, Bugatti Type 55, Darl'mat, Ford 2GA, Albatross, 1940 Plymouth, Standard, AB Nykopings Automobilfabrik, Ford Rheinland, Skirrow, Astra, Lincoln Sport, Monocar, AFA, Asahi, Mercedes-Benz W15. Excerpt: Delahaye 135 was an automobile manufactured by Delahaye. Designed by young engineer Jean Francois, it was produced from 1935 until 1954 in many different body styles. A sporting tourer, it was also popular for racing. The Delahaye 135, also known as qCoupe des Alpesq after a success in the event, was first presented in 1935 and signified Delahaye's decision to build sportier cars than before. The 3.2-litre, four-bearing overhead valve straight-six was derived from one of Delahaye's truck engines and was also used in the more sedate, longer wheelbase (3, 160 mm (124 in)) Delahaye...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
|Title||:||Classic Pre-War Auto Introduction|
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