The Simca 8/1200 Coupe is a classic French automobile from 1949. This two-door coupe, also known as the "deux chevaux" or "2CV", is an iconic French classic. It's most notable for its small, lightweight design that made it a popular economical transportation choice. The Simca 8/1200 is often referred to as the French Volkswagen Beetle as its design is very similar, with a low, rounded shape that is aerodynamic, a long wheelbase and an upright cabin for occupant comfort. The 8/1200 was designed to be functional and utilitarian, featuring a metal body with a smartly designed additional roof section to create a sunroof. The exterior is painted in a vintage cream color and retains previously original chrome accents. Its wide headlights and grille give the classic car its unmistakable style. Four clean, vintage steel wheels with their slender whitewall tyres are the perfect finishing touch. Inside, you'll find a cozy, retro-inspired interior with plenty of seating for four people, including a split folding rear seat. The vintage dashboard is a work of art, with round gauges and knobs providing a nostalgic feel. The original factory equipment includes a functional radio and underfloor heater. The Simca 8/1200 Coupe is powered by a 1.3L ''Ventoux" engine, which produces 45 bhp, and is mated to a 3-speed manual transmission. It is a reliable and economical car, with excellent fuel economy for the time and very comfortable driving characteristics. This compact French classic is sure to turn heads and attract lots of attention wherever it goes. Its unique design, small size and vintage flair set it apart from its contemporaries, making it a timeless classic you won't soon forget.
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