The Simca 8/1200 Fourgon Wagon 1949 is one of the earliest automobiles produced by the Italian manufacturer Simca Automobiles. Featuring long wheelbase and low-slung proportions, this wagon has a unique and stylish design. With its chrome accents and intricate details, the car is an eye-catching sight. The interior is outfitted with seats upholstered in cloth and Bakelite components including switches and knobs. The dashboard features a deep gauge cluster with tell-tale lighting. There is also an opening glove compartment and a decorative air vent. The 8/1200 Fourgon is powered by a 1.2 liter inline four cylinder engine with overhead valves and a 22 horsepower output. The engine is paired with a three-speed manual transmission. The 8/1200 Fourgon has four large doors and an upright tailgate to provide access to the cargo space. The wagon is equipped with manual brakes and a trailing-arm, leaf-spring suspension. It also features solid axles and independent rear suspension. This fourgon is available in two color options: blue and black. Its simple, classic style is timeless and the car has the potential to be a classic collector's item. The 8/1200 Fourgon is a perfect choice for those looking for a vehicle with a unique and stylish design.
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