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    Does anyone out there know of any reliable parts suppliers
    for Simca 180 or 190? Looking at late 70's vintage.
    New or used parts.
    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Steve.
    Help yourself with a better description of the models.
    I'm thinking they may be similar to the 4 cylinder Chrysler Centura. {Simca 1800 in Europe}

    Good Luck.

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    Hi Wildebeest,

    Thanks for your response.
    Yes, similar to our Chrysler Centura and sometimes called the 1800, but cut back to 180.
    Scored some new parts in the past from Talbot/Peugeot.
    Looking a bit dry these days, hence looking for a wrecker or specialist in Europe.

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    There is a simca aronde at UK motors in airport west. The owner is parting it out I believe. Probably not what you need Steve, but might be helpful to somebody else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve K View Post
    Does anyone out there know of any reliable parts suppliers
    for Simca 180 or 190? Looking at late 70's vintage.
    New or used parts.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Hi Steve,

    Welcome to the wonderful world of Simcaites. If you are the owner of a Simca in Australia the only real place to get information on the car is with membership to the Simca Car Club Australia.

    To help you on the way the best two contacts for genuine parts for the Simca 180 are :-

    [email protected]
    Milan Dobes email: [email protected]
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    Thanks Panhard,

    I will give them a try.
    Actually chasing left hand drive Simca/Chrysler parts.

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    "Some car this Simca". Sure was.

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    Noticed an Aronde on ebay at present. Suit parts by the look of it 62 ish complete car. "Some car for restoration"!
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    Noticed an Aronde on ebay at present. Suit parts by the look of it 62 ish complete car. "Some car for restoration"!

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