Historic 1930 Delahaye Type 109
• WW2 survivor, French resistance
• Original use as a citadel armory car with a plaque from St. Paul, France
• 40-year barn find from a French village
• 92-year patina
• Have a letter from the president of the Delahaye club in France confirming the year as 1930.
• Engine turns complete car, have a new distributor
• Under the tree of life emblems, painted on the doors for parades by French patriots, over the German occupation decal which are still present .....
make this historic vehicle priceless. Covering many decades of struggles for freedom.
• Plaque on interior placing, historic past
• Repatrioted from internment camp
• Imported into the USA, imported to benefit our company’s future.
• The historic value may be priceless
• Bohemian parade use in 50s through 70s as we understood, possibly used by German occupation during WW2 and French resistance.
• Its Delahaye badge is cloisonne
• Came from Limouison, France then was used for internment camp
• More history keeps surfacing regarding maker Delahaye with Chenard-Walcker, Unic, Donnet Zedel all in the same building after WW1 to preserve the French automaker’s collaboration/survival.
• A UK journalist/museum curator has done an article in a UK Classic car magazine on it.
Historically Priceless, so we are taking bids. Contact us with any questions and to make an offer.
$ 100,000 or best offer