The Simca 1308 GT Hatchback of 1976 is a quirky classic French hatchback, sure to turn heads and memories alike. It's designed with a low-slung front end and taut lines that give it a sleek appearance. With dual headlamps, jutting fenders and a black trim strip unifying the prominent grille, a bold statement is made. Its bright yellow exterior adds an extra bit of fun, highlighting its personality. Under the hood is a robust 1.3-liter SOHC four-cylinder engine that produces a satisfying 90 horsepower, capable of ripping the tarmac. A five-speed manual transmission is ready to channel this power, while dual-circuit brakes ensure safety. It also has power-assisted front disc brakes, and many choose to add front and rear anti-roll bars for improved handling. A stiff clutch requires strength, but the benefits are worth it. Get inside the cabin and you'll find a fully adjustable driving seat, plus space for up to four passengers. The interior is predominantly beige with a stamped black center console and surrounded by perforated green door cards. The Simca 1308 GT Hatchback of 1976 is a blast to drive and a great reminder of French classic car nostalgia.
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