Simca 8 Sports FHC 1951

Huidig bod Startbod
Biedingen

Estimate

21,000.00 - 28,000.00

Dit is een openbare veiling. Een uitgebracht bod op dit kavel is bindend. Maak a.u.b. gebruik van de kijkdagen alvorens een bod uit te brengen. Op dit kavel is geen recht van retour van toepassing.

Wij vragen een credit card verificatie met zekerheidsstelling van € 2500, Lees meer

Bieden vanaf


Kavelnummer: 121 - 166

Kaveltype: BTW

Veilingkosten:

Ophaaldag: Bekijk transportmogelijkheden

Sluit: ...

Verkoper bepaalt na de veiling of de kavel wordt gegund - Meer informatie

Classic Car Auctions is niet de verkoper. Wij veilen en factureren als bemiddelaar namens een derde partij, de verkoper.

Specificaties
  • Brand

  • Simca

  • Model

  • 8

  • Type

  • Sports FHC

  • Body

  • Coupe

  • Year

  • 1951

  • Registration

  • American + import documents

  • Chassis number

  • 906148

  • Date of first admission

  • 30-06-1951

  • Fuel

  • Petrol

  • Odometer reading

  • Unknown

  • Color

  • White

  • Transmission

  • Unknown

  • LHD or RHD

  • LHD

Beschrijving

The Simca 8 Sports FHC offered here is a rare car. SIMCA (Société Industrielle de Méchanique and the Carrosserie Automobile) once started as an assembly company for Fiat. The Simca 8 Convertible is actually a Farina with a different grille. Battista 'Pinin'farina, then still working in the family business 'Les Stabilimenti Farina', had designed this convertible based on the Fiat 1100, a car with the same chassis as the Simca 8. The design was used for the Cisitalia and the Fiat 1100, including the Spider. The body of the Ferrari 166 Inter Convertible was also made by Stabilimenti Farina. Compared to the Italian brands, the value of the Simca 8 Sport has been left behind. Based on the convertible, the coupé was created in 1949. Simca launched a campaign to find a French supplier and found one in the person of Jean Daninos, director of Facel. Farina granted a license to install a production line at the Facel factory in Colombes, on the outskirts of Paris. The aluminum parts were pressed in the Amboise plant and the finishing (spraying and painting) was done in the Dreux plant. All in all, this is a car with a rich history. In all likelihood, there are around 5,000 units of the Convertible and the Coupé together, where there is only a small number of the Coupé version. The cars on offer are part of a static collection that has been accumulated over the last 40 years. They are mainly in an unrestored, original but dusty condition. We have not tried to start any of the cars. We have been informed that the engines have been turned, on a regular basis, but the exact condition of the cars and the engines is unknown to us. You can inspect the cars on the viewing days for which you have to make a reservation through our ticketshop.

An error has occurred. This application may no longer respond until reloaded. Reload