But the latest D8 120 in stock and not yet bodied (chassis so short, and unchanged capacity) will be considered by the administration as D8 100, which will market under the name Delage D8 100C (see Committee document Delage / Delahaye of 20 may 1937). As we can read in the document, only two cars were bodied by de Villars, # 51597 is one of this two cars. The chrome exhausts which were the preserve of D8 120 will not fit on this last cars, these being reserved for new D8 120. The model is an absolute rarity, one of the two D8 120 chassis assigned to the body De Villars. It belongs to the same owner for 47 years. It has been exhibited a long time at the Museum of Le Mans, the engine is not blocked but requires restarting. This beautiful body will allow the new owner to triumph in the elegance shows.