Delahaye 1935

132 10 CV 4 cyl. 1832 cm³  
134 12 CV 4 cyl. 2150 cm³  
154 12 CV 4 cyl. 2150 cm³  
138 18 CV 6 cyl. 3227 cm³  
138/135 Sport 18 CV 6 cyl. 3227 cm³  
135 Coupe des Alpes 18 CV 6 cyl. 3227 cm³  

France

Przejęcie Delage.
138 Sport przemianowany na 135 Sport. Model ten budowany jest na krótkiej ramie typu 134 i wyposażony w sześciocylindrowy silnik o mocy podwyższonej do 95 KM. Wersja 135 Coupe des Alpes ma trzy gaźniki, dzięki którym osiąga aż 113 KM.
Na rok 1936 modele 132 otrzymały silniki o większej mocy. Obie wersje sportowych 135 mają obniżone ramy o większym rozstawie osi. Nowy typ 135 Compétition 20 CV o pojemności skokowej 3557 cm³, osiągający moc 120 KM.
 

132, 134 and 154

    4 cyl.
1832 cm³
30 ch
4 cyl.
2150 cm³
45 ch
4 cyl.
2150 cm³
45 ch
  wb: 10 CV 12 CV 12 CV
chassis 286 cm 132 134 -
berline 286 cm 132 134 -
faux-cabriolet 286 cm 132 - -
coach vitré 286 cm 132 134 -
coach décapotable 286 cm 132 - -
cabriolet 286 cm - 134 -
chassis 315 cm - - 154
familiale 315 cm - - 154
commerciale 315 cm - - 154
For 1936 10 CV has 34 bhp and new range of bodies for all models.


132 range for 1935.

134 berline aérodynamique at Brussels Motor Show in November 1934.

134 cabriolet 4 places.

132 coach by Manessius.

134 roadster by Chapron.

134 berline Autobineau photographed in October.
 

138

    6 cyl.
3227 cm³
90 ch
  wb: 18 CV
chassis 316 cm 138
coach 316 cm 138
berline 316 cm 138
cabriolet 316 cm 138
roadster 316 cm 138
familiale 316 cm 138
For 1936 new chassis with 322.5 cm wheel base and two new bodies.


18CV new models: in the middle 135 Sport roadster, from top left colckwise: 138 cabriolet 4-places, 138 berline, 138 berline aérodynamique, 138 conduite intérieure 6-windows.

138 18 CV coach by Manessius.

The new 138 berline Chapron without center pillar for 1936.

138 conduite intriéure without boot for 1936.

138 with special body by Mignot-Billebault presented in October.
 

135

  6 cyl.
3227 cm³
95 ch
6 cyl.
3227 cm³
113 ch
wb: 286 cm 18 CV 18 CV
chassis Sport Coupe des Alpes
roadster 2 places Sport Coupe des Alpes
cabriolet 4 places Sport -
coach aérodynamique Sport Coupe des Alpes

models 1936 6 cyl.
3227 cm³
95 ch
6 cyl.
3227 cm³
113 ch
6 cyl.
3557 cm³
120 ch
wb: 295 cm 18 CV 18 CV 20 CV
chassis Sport Coupe des Alpes Compétition
roadster
coach
coach profilé
torpedo cabriolet


135 Sport roadster.

Mme Schell's 135 Competition by Figoni in which she succesfully paricipated in various sport events.

135 Sport coach model '36.

135 Sport roadster model '36.

135 Sport Labourdette roadster model '36 in its original form without bumper.
 

           
           

 

Races:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
15.06.1935 24h Le Mans       7 135 Paris / Mongin 5th (3001-5000 2nd)
11-12.08.1935 Targa Abruzzo           Mongin/Paris 3rd
A second series of four special 18 CVs was born. They derive this time from the new 135 Sport, launched at the Salon of 1934, whose semi-lowered chassis keeps the wheelbase of 286 cm but receives a steering on the right; the engine remains the 18 CV three carburettors with 100 hp.

Delahaye 135 (Louis Paris / Marcel Mongin) at Le Mans. The fastest of all French cars.

A. Perrot in Tour de France.

A. Perrot won the cote de Chanteloup race.

135
 
Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
19-27.01.1935 Rallye Monte Carlo 2 ? 1 136 135 Schell / Schell 3rd

3rd in Rallye Monte Carlo Lucy Schell and her Delahaye 135. She started from Stavanger.

Mme Schell came 3rd in Paris-Saint-Raphaël rally.