The 1967 Simca 1200 S Coupe is an attractive, classic French vehicle from the heyday of mid-century European motor engineering. The two-door coupe has a timeless design, with a long, sleek silhouette, featuring a bullet-shaped nose and a short tail fin. Its stylish lines are highlighted by chrome trims running along the sides and the windshield, and also by the subtle, classy maroon paint. The coupe is powered by a 1,221 cc, 4-cylinder petrol engine, delivering a respectable 55 horsepower to the front wheels. The engine is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission, providing a smooth, instantaneous response to driver's input. The Simca comes with independent suspension, which ensures a comfortable ride, even in longer journeys. The interior of the coupe is equipped with soft, comfortable vinyl seats, complemented with woody trims on the dashboard and the door sides. There is also a vintage look radio embedded in the instrument cluster, providing entertainment for the passengers. To make the car even more unique, the previous owner customized it with large, gold wire-spoke wheels and a chrome roof rack. The 1967 Simca 1200 S Coupe is an excellent example of French automotive style and engineering, with its timeless design and powertrain. This vehicle is sure to catch the eye of vintage car enthusiasts everywhere and provides an enjoyable ride across the countryside.
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