Delahaye 165 Figoni et Falaschi 1938. There are probably two cars of this type: the black (or possibly dark grey or green) and the red (or possibly orange). The drawings represent the black car. The red car has two separaete seats for driver and passanger. Also, the red car has radiator grill painted body color while the black one has it plated. However, it can also be that the black and the red cars are in fact the same car photographed at different stages of its life. This in not the maroon 1939 Worlds Fair car. The maroon car has hadlamps of different design, horns instead of foglamps, different design of handles on the trunk as well as the pattern on the running boards, and many more small details. As far as remember, at least five Delahaye 165 in that bodystyle were built.