DELAGE D8S 1932 LETOURNEUR ET MARCHAND

3D Modeling Historical posted on Jan 20, 2021
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DELAGE D8 S Letourneur et Marchand 1932 Thank you ladies and gentlemen for your kind comments about my precedent model, the Nash Metropolitan. This Delage D8S Letourneur et Marchand was far less difficult to create than the Metropolitan. I hope you will like it. Full size ( 1200 pixels width ) is necessary if you want to appreciate all the details. This is a Poser model which can easily be imported in Daz Studio with only Iray shaders for the CHROME and the ALUMINIUM materials. Model soon available on my store on RR ( 3DClassics ). DIALS : ALL WHEELS ROTATION STEERING LEFT/RIGHT WINDSHIELD UP/DOWN ( for sportsmen or sportswomen who love the wind in their hair ) LEFT DOOR CLOSE/OPEN RIGHT DOOR CLOSE/OPEN Special thanks to Gaius for giving me for free the HDRI backgrounds used for the reflections. Delage is a French luxury automobile and racecar company founded in 1905 by Louis Delage in Levallois-Perret near Paris; it was acquired by Delahaye in 1935 and ceased operation in 1953. The Delage D8 was an eight-cylinder luxury car produced by Delage between 1929 and 1940. The 4061 cc engine of the original D8 placed it in the 23CV car tax band which, for many contemporaries, would also have defined its position high up in the market hierarchy. Delage took a traditional view of its role as a car producer, providing cars in bare chassis form to be bodied and fitted out by prestigious bespoke builders such as Letourneur et Marchand and Chapron operating (in most cases) in the Paris area. The D8 therefore appeared, throughout its life, in a wide variety of elegant shapes. The D8 was introduced late in 1929 as a replacement for the opulent Delage GLS, but in view of the range of body types (and, subsequently, of engine sizes) with which it was offered it can also be seen as a replacement for the some versions of the Delage DM. The timing of the D8’s launch, with the European economy still reeling from the aftermath of the 1929 stock market crashes appears unfortunate, but cars at this level were never intended to sell in large numbers, and by taking sales from other top end auto-makers such as, in particular, Bugatti, the D8 became one of the best known products of what subsequently came to be known as a golden age for low-volume expensive and luxurious cars in France. At launch there were two versions of the D8 : the “D8 Normale” and the “D8 S”. The “D8 S” was intended for sports car applications, and the shortened wheelbase was intended to optimize maneuverability and handling. Both versions were produced till 1933. The "Delage D8" was powered by a straight 8 engine which was a first both for Delage and for the French auto-industry. The 4061cc engine featured an overhead centrally positioned camshaft and a listed maximum output of 102 hp (76 kW) at 3,500 rpm for the “D8 Normale” and 120 hp (89 kW) in the “D8 S” version. Power was delivered to the rear wheels through a four speed manual gear-box featuring synchromesh on the upper two ratios. Performance will have varied according to the weight of the body specified but the top speed listed for the "D8 Normale" was 120 km/h (75 mph) with 130 km/h (82 mph) listed for the "D8 S". The young Frenchwomen Renée Friderich, who won the Paris-Saint Raphael with a Bugatti 43 Grand Sport in 1931 and , 20 years old and daughter of driver Ernest Friderich, died in an accident with her Delage D8S in 1932 Letourneur et marchand, the same car than the model I have made.

Comments (36)


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marcopol 1:53PM | Wed, 20 January 2021

superbe, tout simplement superbe :)

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Darkglass 2:06PM | Wed, 20 January 2021

That's a studio render car...for sure...style and elegance, lovely renders and wonderful colour choices.. superb modeling ..!!!

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NobbyC Online Now! 2:20PM | Wed, 20 January 2021

WOW, Alain!!! Your new model looks fantastic!!! ☺👍

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JoeJarrah 3:14PM | Wed, 20 January 2021

a beauty!

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gaius 2:48AM | Thu, 21 January 2021

Qu'elle est belle, qu'elle est belle...dans sa robe...euh ! non ! ça c'était autre chose !

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ontar1 6:51AM | Thu, 21 January 2021

Beautiful car!

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tulipe 7:26AM | Thu, 21 January 2021

Quelle beauté ! Je ferais bien un petit tour dedans. Tes voitures sont toutes plus belles les unes que les autres.

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Kaisoona 7:48AM | Thu, 21 January 2021

Beautiful!

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KarmaSong 11:27AM | Sun, 24 January 2021

Modéliser de petits bijoux comme ces voitures anciennes au charme fou est une passion qui doit te donner la satisfaction suprême, celle du travail bien fait! Je suis admiratif de A à Z ! Chapeau l'artiste !

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Radar_rad-dude 5:43PM | Sun, 24 January 2021

A very beautiful model, Alain. I will have to check it out! I hesitate to suggest another challenge for you but here goes. For the longest time, I have been wishing to have a 1934 Packard roadster. I think it is one of the most beautiful vehicles ever built. But I must say, it is only a mild suggestion! I know you have a very busy schedule and all your European models turn out so fantastic. The Metropolitan is an incredible example of an American model too. But it is sad to say, I never really was drawn to them. LOL. I must confess to liking those big old beauties. Your Cord and Auburn models, I have and love them both. You have created many fine American models of which I have quite a few and also love all of them. I was overjoyed when you did create the 1961 Continental! That is one of my favorites! Well, take care, my friend! I am off to check out this fine model now! Very fine presentation art work that really displays it quite beautifully! Many fine kudos from me!

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Richardphotos 10:15PM | Mon, 25 January 2021

very fine modeling and your paint is so realistic

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MagikUnicorn 9:12AM | Wed, 27 January 2021

FABULEUX MODÈLE

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Kerya 6:26AM | Sun, 31 January 2021

Wonderful car and great modeling!

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eekdog 11:16AM | Tue, 02 February 2021

such a stylish ride.

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Navi 11:25AM | Tue, 02 February 2021

Woaw, quelle voiture, et quel travail de modellage sur la version 3D !! Superbe :D

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miztere 11:25PM | Fri, 05 February 2021

Superbe collection de véhicules, bravo

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Kordouane 2:36AM | Sat, 06 February 2021

Merveilleuse voiture, un gros et magnifique travail de modélisation, chapeau l'artiste !!

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linwhite 1:57PM | Wed, 10 February 2021

You are SO good at this!!

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steveHolden 5:07AM | Thu, 11 February 2021

As always, a beautiful, well crafted and modeled piece of work. Magnificent! 😀😎

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pchef 3:50AM | Sun, 14 February 2021

elle est magnifique cette voiture.

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giareg 12:18PM | Mon, 15 February 2021

amazing good render

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tyllo 11:12PM | Thu, 25 February 2021

I love the symmetry and the colors. Fantastic car!

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jmattatall 7:21PM | Wed, 03 March 2021

so many beautiful cars!

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madame 2:12PM | Fri, 05 March 2021

Wow, j’ai fait un tour au volant de toutes ces magnifiques voitures elles sont toutes superbement réalisées..... mes compliments !!

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mifdesign 3:30PM | Wed, 10 March 2021

Another most goregeous, exquisite model, awesome details, splendid colours cutie, excellent render.
Magnificent Masterpiece of Finest Arts. I love it!

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jmb007 11:58AM | Sat, 13 March 2021

belle chose

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virginiese 6:53AM | Sat, 20 March 2021

Quel bijou! Superbe travail de modélisation bien mis en valeur par un excellent renfu! Bravo!

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pixeluna 5:54PM | Sun, 21 March 2021

Beautiful car models, so nicely done!

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jclP 11:46AM | Mon, 29 March 2021

tes modèle 3d son super

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giulband 1:21PM | Tue, 30 March 2021

Wonderful model !!

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