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Simca1000 - 1961-1978

Simca1000 - 1961-1978

In 1962-simca, the second-largest french automaker, introduced the 1000, a small, squarish but cheap sedan that quickly became the top-selling french export. When it reached the United States in 1963, motor sport illustrated called it one of the most drivable cars to come down the pike in a long time. the .number produced by 1978 exceeded 1.6 million.

Specifications performance
Top speed of 75-80 mph engine typedrivetrain: Overhead-valve, in-line 4 displacement 944 cc (0.9 l) power rating 50-52 hp transmission 4-speed manual chassis: Independent rear coil-spring suspension, with front transverse leaf springs; Cam-and-roller steering; Drum (sedan) or disc (coupe) brakes; 1,609 lbs. price: $1,595 for the sedan in the United States in 1963

About vehicle
Small but roomy the simca 1000 was the last rear-engine, rear-drive french car, its small 944cc, four-cylinder engine situated behind the rear axle. Although the sharp-edged body, inspired by the chevrolet corvair, was built on a wheelbase of only 87 in., its box)- shape afforded a roomy interior that could seat four adult passengers comfortably. The simca 1000 undercut the popular citroen ami 6 in price and offered veiy stiff competition in the marketplace for renaults dauphine and r8. later models for 1963 the 1000 sedan was joined by a coupe with longer rear quarter windows and a rakish roofline, elegantly bodied by bertone. This car attracted the attention of the italian engine-tuning specialist carlo abarth, who developed the twin-cam simca abarth 1300 in 1963.
Short and square, the simca 1000 sedan won no awards for looks, but it was cheap and practical seating four adults in comfort


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