The 1949 Simca 8/1200 Camionette Pick-up was a dependable and sturdy French-made vehicle produced by the Simca from 1949 until 1954. Although the 8/1200 Camionette Pick-up was not the most powerful of the Simca models, it was noted for its impressive load-carrying capacities. It was a utilitarian vehicle, available in both left-hand-drive and right-hand-drive models, which offered just the right balance of performance and payload. Its simple styling featured a straight-forward two-box design, with a snub nose and rectangular-shaped front grille. The interior was basic, with a single bench seat in the cab, two simple gauges and shifter, and a three-speed manual column shift transmission. To accentuate its practicality, the 8/1200 Camionette Pick-up was outfitted with heavy-duty mud-and-snow tires in the rear. Powering the 8/1200 Camionette Pick-up was an air-cooled 1.2L flat-four engine which offered remarkable torque and efficiency. This engine was closely related to the one found in the iconic Simca Aronde and produced an impressive 55 bhp. The 8/1200 Camionette Pick-up could reach a respectable top-speed of around 80mph and could reliably carry up to 600kg of load. The 8/1200 Camionette Pick-up was a no-nonsense workhorse of a vehicle, ideal for those who needed a reliable machine for hauling goods. Its robust construction and fuel-sipping engine made it a low-cost option for small businesses and farmers, as well as an attractive family hauler. It proved to be a popular option, with more than 25,000 units sold during its five-year production run.
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