It was pointed out in on of our last post that about 30 26-Sixes are missing based on the serial numbers we know. The first hypothesis is that they have all been destroyed and that if photos were taken of… Read More »Rochet-Schneider: Why so few 26-Six survivors today?
It was pointed out in our last post that about 30 26-Sixes are missing based on the serial numbers we know. The first hypothesis is that they have all been destroyed and that if photos were taken of these cars… Read More »Rochet-Schneider: Why so few 26-Six survivors today?
Based on the December 2010 Automobilia article, we count: Car 29503 which was the first one (presented to the “Service des Mines” on June 4, 1929) but we have no photo or registration. A “Faux Cabriolet” registered 2088-RD8, bodied by… Read More »Rochet-Schneider : How many 26-Six built?
In December 2010, the magazine Automobilia published an article about the Rochet-Schneider 20CV and 26CV.This article is very well documented. It appears that there are only two or three 26CV left, including the 29539.Moreover, I have not found to date… Read More »Rochet-Schneider 26 Six : A reference press article
For the launch of its 26-Six model, Rochet-Schneider had a luxurious brochure published around 1929-1930. It presented three possible body styles for the chassis.This document is not easy to photograph. You will find below the three main illustrations. The complete… Read More »1930 – The luxurious Rochet-Schneider 26-Six brochure
The Rochet-Schneider 26-Six had many qualities and its designers were aware of them. Thus, around 1929-1930, they published this brochure which described in great detail the qualities of the car: “Beauty”, “Flexibility”, “Regularity” and “Safety”.The complete copy of this brochure… Read More »The qualities of the Rochet-Schneider 26-Six
Serge Pozzoli had created the magazine “L’album du Fanatique de l’Automobile” in the 60s. At the beginning of the series, each of the first issues was dedicated in the description of vehicles of different brands. For Rochet-Schneider, he only mentions… Read More »New Article in the press review of the Rochet-Schneider