There is another Delage magnum opus in preparation which will give all known details of these cars c/w chassis numbers but it won't be out this year!
OK, firstly the 'Strasbourg' car was built using a four-cylinder engine and was known as the '2LC' being an abbreviation for '2 Litre Course'. It was a neat design incorporating some clever touches including the interior-mounted spare wheel and mechanic's arm rest as seen in the montage I've done below. Notable was the Frontenac-esque nose cone as tried on the Torpille (hence the name) but discarded in the latter due to overheating problems. The 2LC looked good but the performance of the engine was pretty useless and would have fared badly against the Fiats, Bugattis and Sunbeam and while it was entered for the GP de l'ACF at Strasbourg it wisely was withdrawn.