MYSTIC CERAMIC SUPREME
➢ Step (1) Correction Paint.
➢ Step (2) Polished Fine.
➢ Step (3) Pre-Coating GYEON PRIMER.
➢ GYEON Ceramic Coating Protection & Ultra Gloss Finish.
Without a doubt one of the best cars we have worked on; The final finish is excellent, where the depth of the original color can be seen. This car remains impeccable over time and to keep it in that state, GYEON Q2 CERAMIC COATING was applied to it; so that the shine is maintained over time as well as the protection generated by a good ceramic.
Work Time: 2.5 days.
DELAHAYE 135MS COUPE OVERVIEW:
The Delahaye 135, also known as “Coupe des Alpes” after its success in the Alpine Rally, was first presented in 1935 and signified Delahaye’s decision to build sportier cars than before. The 3.2-litre overhead valve straight-six with four-bearing crankshaft was derived from one of Delahaye’s truck engines and was also used in the more sedate, longer wheelbase (3,160 mm or 124 in) Delahaye 138. Power was 95 hp (71 kW) in twin carburetor form, but 110 hp (82 kW) were available in a version with three downdraught Solex carbs, offering a 148 km/h (92 mph) top speed. The 138 had a single carburetor and 76 hp (57 kW), and was available in a sportier 90 hp (67 kW) iteration.
In the years leading up to World War II, Delahaye enjoyed elite status among the top French automakers, earning its lauded reputation for quality and performance at LeMans and on the Grand Prix circuit. In 1935, the firm introduced one of its most successful models, the Type 135. A natural-born performer in motorsport, the Type 135 chassis was also a darling of the prestigious French coachbuilding industry, providing the perfect canvas for Chapron, Franay, and Figoni et Falaschi, and others to work their magic.
April 6, 2023