The Simca 1000 Sedan 1968 is a vintage French economy car, produced from 1968-1975. The two door sedan was a stylish, simple design that hearkens back to the days when driving was an enjoyable pastime. It is small, yet still has plenty of room for four passengers and can fit a modest load of luggage. Its distinctively curved hood and door lines give it a chic, but still understated look. The original 1968 model is painted in a fresh robins egg blue, and its simple chrome trim adds a touch of classic elegance. The engine is a 1.0-liter OHV four-cylinder. Though the power is not thrilling, the car is surprisingly responsive and handles well for its size. Maximum speed is approximately eighty miles per hour, and there is a four-speed manual transmission. It features a functional interior with a distinctive two-tone cloth upholstery, a generously sized glove box and collapsible rear seating to increase storage space. The 1968 Simca 1000 Sedan is a reliable, affordable, and great looking car. Although its simple design and small engine mean it will not win any speed competitions, it is a dependable vehicle that looks great and gives you a unique driving experience for wherever youre going.
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