This fabulous looking Art-Deco or to be precise “Streamline Moderne” bodywork was designed by the great Henry Chapron and supplied by the pre-war UK Delage dealer University Motors. The car runs and drives as you would expect from such a refined manufacturer and has ample power from its 6 cylinder 3 Litre engine Introduced at the October 1930 Paris Salon, the Delage D6 was designed by Maurice Gaultier, fitted with a 3045cc OHV engine and allied to a four-speed ‘cotal’ gearbox. Beautifully built, the D6 was based around a sturdy ladder frame chassis equipped with all round leaf sprung suspension and four-wheel drum brakes. Just 1160 D6’s are thought to have left the Parisian factory. This beautiful 1937 has been owned by a Belgian collector for many years, the car has benefitted from restoration to the bodywork, interior and mechanicals with a recent engine rebuild in Holland. Having spent considerable time in the South of France, the car was a regular contender in the rallies with the French Delage club. The engine was rebuilt around 3 years ago and has been completed a very nominal mileage since. Described as in good to excellent condition all round, this wonderful tourer is a fabulous addition to any serious collection.
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