The Delahaye 87 and Delahaye 107 were two cars produced by the between 1924 and 1928 by the French automaker Delahaye.
Launched in 1924, the Type 87 was launched to occupy a market niche, that during the twenties, was not very big. Most of the competing cars tended to have engine around 2 litres or 1.5 litres. The band around 1.7-1.8 litres was not crowded with competition.
The 87 was equipped with a four-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1846cc that was capable of delivering a maximum power output of 30 hp at 2200rpm. The car was fitted with a manual 4-speed gearbox. The maximum speed was 80 km/h. The body was fitted with rear suicide doors.
It was produced until early the following year.
In 1928, saw the launch the 107. It was fitted with a 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1791cc and was able to propel the car to 85 km/h.
At the end of 1928, this car was discontinued.