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Delahaye

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Delahaye
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A former French manufacturer of cars started in 1894 based in Tours, France.  The full company name at the beginning was Société des Automobiles Delahaye.  In 1954, the company was absorbed by the Hotchkiss company, which shut down automobile production but built trucks under the Hotchkiss-Delahaye name for less than a year and completely ceased production of Delahaye vehicles.

Vehicle names used by Delahaye throughout history include:  Type 135.

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Hot Rods and Racing Cars: Issue 11 Pin-Up: Delahaye (Body by Saoutchik)
Hot Rods and Racing Cars #11, August 1953
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