The local classic car nuts are having a day out on the promenade today, with some interesting vehicles of mostly the sixties and seventies on show.
Simcas were common sights on UK roads in the seventies, before the whole marque was swallowed up by Chrysler along with the the UK Rootes group.
Just looked on the internet – both this and the Oxford and its badge engineered variants were styled by Pininfarnina.
In fact it is one of the more interesting cars here, made by an outfit called Autobianchi and based on a modified Fiat 128 chassis that was later used in the Fiat 127, and later the Yugo as well. So it is a bit of a Yugo. Maybe not quite:
Before this turns into a classic car website, we need to get back to more familiar territory. Here we have a plastic cow on top of a bar: