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Delahaye

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1900. Front view of Dr. Dawson Turner's Delahaye car.
1900. Front view of Dr. Dawson Turner's Delahaye car.
1902.
1905. 10 hp twin-cylinder. Exhibit at Myreton Motor Museum.
January 1907. Motor fire engine.
October 1936.
c1929. Delahaye VTB Truck. Reg No: Unknown.
c1929. Delahaye VTB Truck. Reg No: Unknown.
1946. Delahaye 155M. Graber Drophead. Reg No: YAS 493.
1948. Delahaye 135M. Chapron Coupe. Reg No: 463 XUH.
1948. Delahaye 135M. Chapron Coupe. Reg No: 463 XUH.
1948. Delahaye 135M. Chapron Coupe. (Detail). Reg No: 463 XUH.

Emile Delahaye's business of 18 St. Helens Place, London.

of Donington House, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C. (1899)

Delahaye was one of the longest running French automobile manufacturers.

General

1906 Delahaye and Co was registered on 26 June, to acquire the business of motor car manufacturers carried on by Leon Desmarais and Morane in Paris and elsewhere. [1]

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices in the UK see the 1917 Red Book. Imported by H. M. Hobson.

1923 It entered into the PSV market with a vehicle fitted with pneumatic tyres, four-wheel brakes and a worm-driven back axle and in 1924 Midland Bus Services bought two of these models.

1951 Exhibitor at the 1951 Motor Show in the Car Section.

Early Registrations

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  • Ian Allan - British Buses Since 1900 - Aldridge and Morris