The Elegance At Hershey: 1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

Most of the cars we feature are quite special, but this Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe is a special sort of special. This car is the only one of its kind, a unique short wheelbase variant of the D8 120S Aerodynamic Coupe. Going off of what I’ve found about this car, the 120SS shares the same 4.7L inline-eight cylinder engine found the D8 120S. Producing as much as 160hp, this motor gave the car quite a large amount of punch for its day. Its top speed was said to be in excess of 115mph.

Originally the D8 120SS was a commission order for some European prince, but after World War II it wound up in the Gerry Albertini collection in London. Today it has been recently restored by RM Restorations, and is poised to be a major contender in the concours circuit.

This is one truly stunning automobile, likely my personal favorite from The Elegance At Hershey this year. We wound up only having a short time to get our photos this year, on account of bad weather, so I hope to see the car again soon to capture even more of its details. That said, I am happy with the photos I got, so enjoy.

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe Interior

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe Interior

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

1937 Delage D8 120SS Aerodynamic Coupe

-Nick Walker

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