1913 Th. Schneider 5.6-litre Grand Prix Two Seater
- Brand: Th. Schneider
- Car Code: 721256
The 1913 Th. Schneider 5.6-litre Grand Prix Two Seater was a car built by the French automaker Th. Schneider et Cie. It was designed for use in Grand Prix racing, and was powered by a 5.6-liter four-cylinder engine that produced around 100 horsepower.
The car had a lightweight chassis and a streamlined body, with two seats arranged in tandem. It also featured advanced engineering for its time, including a four-speed transmission and a sophisticated suspension system.
In 1913, the Th. Schneider 5.6-litre Grand Prix Two Seater competed in the French Grand Prix, held at Amiens. Despite facing stiff competition from some of the era's most advanced racing cars, the Th. Schneider performed admirably, finishing in seventh place overall.
Today, the Th. Schneider 5.6-litre Grand Prix Two Seater is considered a rare and historically significant car, and is highly prized by collectors of vintage automobiles.
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|Country of origin||France|