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171937 Delahaye 135 Competition Court Roadster is more Art than Deco

Malcolm S. Pray Jr was a known entity in the American automotive scene. He owned the largest Audi and Saab dealership in America, presided over several dealer councils and had a considerable classic car collection. Sadly, Pray passed away this past August, and his family has consigned 17 of his beloved cars to RM Auctions - most notable among them this beautiful Delahaye roadster.

8New Petersen Museum exhibit features early 'aerodynamic' cars

Los Angeles's Petersen Automotive Museum this week will debut an exhibit dedicated to early versions of what were thought to be aerodynamic cars, the New York Times reports. The cars may not have cut the wind as well as the designers intended, but some of them sure were beautiful.

11Delahaye USA debuts Bugatti-inspired Bella Figura prototype

Delahaye USA has been at work developing and building the Bella Figura, a modern tribute to the Bugatti Type 57S, for more than three years. The company has finally (mostly) finished the prototype, and presented it to the public for the very first time at this year's Quail Motorsports Gathering.

1Bring the Mullin Automotive Museum to your coffee table

We've been big fans of the Mullin Automotive Museum ever since it opened its doors over a year ago. The Oxnard, California shrine to French Art Deco automobiles should be on the must-visit list for any enthusiast.

16Delahaye USA to debut "Bella Figura" Bugnotti Coupe at Pebble Beach

Delahaye USA Bugnotti Coupe – Click above for high-res image gallery

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