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Black bumpers: 1968 Simca 1200S Coupé by Bertone

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These special Simca dressed by Bertone have been apreciated a lot during the last years so they’re not so easy now to find at an affordable price, however there is still something around. This car (chassis #J92522F) was probably born red, … Continue reading

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Two for one: 1969 Simca 1200s by Bertone

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Still in France today to check a couple of interesting cars, one of which will be sacrificed to let the other one live for many years ahead. That’s about a couple of Simca 1200S designed by Bertone, one of the cars … Continue reading

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Fairly priced: 1968 Simca 1200S Coupé by Bertone

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In these days, when the crazy prices are the rules, we are pleasantly surprised to spot a nice car at the “right” price for sale. Which is, in this particular case, a Simca 1200S built by Bertone: we have published other … Continue reading

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Undercover sedan: 1964 OSI 1200S Spider

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This car is one of the counteless Michelotti’s creations and it’s a typical daughter of the ’60s italian design: it is red, it has two seats and it’s a spider. As many of the special cars built in that period, … Continue reading

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Pointed nose: 1970 Simca 1200S by Bertone

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We’ve published other Simca 1200S for sale over the last three years, and this is the second one painted in red. And, while it’s usual to find these little cars in Italy or France, this is actually stored in Serbia: … Continue reading

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Spicy & elegant: 1967 Simca 1200S Coupé by Bertone

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When, in 1961,  Simca managers decided to give an aggressive looks to their new little coupé, the name which came in their mind was, of course, Bertone. We think that – with all the due respect to Farina brothers, Vignale and … Continue reading

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