Simca Sport 8 Cabrio

Fixed price

€ 62,500.-

Car-ID: XT0576
Model, Body type:
Convertible
Registration:
1950
Engine Power:
1,250 CCM (37 KW / 50 BHP)
Transmission:
Manual transmission
Color:
White
Doors:
2
Mileage:
3,700 km

Vehicle Description

The bright jewel of the Simca line: Very rare Simca 8 Sport Convertible
– Fully restored and in an absolute perfect condition (documentation of the restauration available)
– 4 cylindre engine of 1.2l with 50hp
– Read mileage 3.700km
– Body styled by Stabilimenti Farina and manufactured in small series by Facel-Métallon
– White body paint an black leatherette seats
– Soft top in black
– German registration + admission as historic vehicle , valid technical control (MoT) until 11/2023
A rare opportunity to acquire a distinctive, classy beauty, not only eligible for many classic events but also a great investment


In November 1934, the company SIMCA (Société Industrielle de Mécanique et de Carrosserie Automobile) was founded. The Italian car manufacturer FIAT had a large share in it. The company was very successful, under the direction of Henri Théodore Pigozzi, with the production of the Simca 5, a licensed version of the Fiat 500 Topolino. During a visit to Turin, Pigozzi noticed a convertible designed by Michelotti. The Cisitalia 202, which was later adopted as the first convertible for the Ferrari 166 and presented at the Geneva Salon in 1949. Impressed by the great success, he began production of the Simca 8 Sport, as a coupé and convertible, in March 1950. However, the production volume at Farina in Italy was very limited, and import duties were also high. Facel-Metallon, Paris, then produced the vehicle in small series, mostly by hand, under Farina licence. With its 50 hp, the Simca 8 Sport achieved a top speed of 135 km/h. Which was still considered sporty in the early 1950s. The F1 drivers of the time, Maurice Tritignant and Jean Behra, celebrated great successes with it at the Monte Carlo Rally. The Simca 8 Sport was considered the most beautiful French car at the time.
At 920,000 francs, the convertible was twice as expensive as the Simca 8 saloon.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Black
  • Leatherette

Exterior Features

  • White

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