Aronde P60 (1959-1963)

Aronde P60 (1959-1963)

P60

1960 Simca Etoile

 

P60

1960 Simca Montlhéry

P60

1960 Simca Castel

P60

The P60 commercial vehicles

Technical drawing Montlhery

Simca Montlhéry P60

 

The 1.290 c.c. Rush engine is used on all the other cars in the 1962 Simca line: the 52 b.h.p. at 4,900 r.p.m. Rush engine on the economy "Etoile" and the "Elysee": the Rush Super, developing 70 b.h.p. at 5,200 r.p.m. on the "Montlhéry Speciale" (formerly known as the "Montlhéry), the "Monaco Spéciale", the "Oceane" and the "Plein Ciel": the Rush Super developing 62 b.h.p. at 5,200 r.p.m. on the large Ariane Miramas, Standard, Super Luxe or Super Comfort, and the Castel brake; and the Rush Service engine, developing 48 b.h.p. at 4.900 r.p.m. on the "Messagere" and "Intendante" Chatelaine utilities. All these cars share other Simca features: a rigid, all-welded frame, a simple, yet well designed suspension system.
Independent at the front and by coil springs at the rear, and the comfortable, adjustable "3D" seats introduced in 1956.

 

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