The Sixcyl was a French automobile manufactured from 1907 until 1908. A product of the Bréguet aviation factory in Paris, the car was built under the supervision of Paul Cheneu; Cheneu additionally offered cars under his own name from 1903. Two models, a 30/50 hp of 6126 cc and a 50/80 hp of 8822 cc, were available.
- David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
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