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A lot from me now.. Promised some pics of Cisi/OSCA/Fiat 118S arginian cars. here:
First car is New York Car
And here are 4 more in argentina for sale now, Plus my old car and one in Italy, red, but with OSCA badging.. But that picture is with current owner of car.
Last car. pics from Auto Italia Is Michelotti/FiatOSCA 118S car with OSCA badfing.. and there is a second one of them now for sale with dealer in Miami..
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Recap..

OSCA Fissores


00006 Red, Italy, Ex. famous shoe manufacturer
00017 Pre production, Yellow, Italy
00103 Red, Sweden
00106 Blue, Italy or Belgium. Fiat engine and unrestored
00107 Red, Italy, Luzzago car
00109 Red, Barletta, Italy
00113 Cabrio, Monaco,
Unknown VIN, red, Japan
Unknown VIN, Light Yellow, Italy

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I have some pics of my personal favorite OSCA the Touring bodied GT2.
Will post them soon as I get home...

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Yes The Touring is nice .. They recently turned up. Last yearr I heard that Touringwas being restored in Turin.. The black car at Villa deste last year and this year a friend in Italy boughtbthe second one.. Here:
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Boneschis

Just found a pic of another Boneschi too.. Maybe I have pics of all 3 now..?
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Just found a pic of another Boneschi too.. Maybe I have pics of all 3 now..?

And here is the third car... Which one the yellow Dragster is I dont know.. The twin headlamp one I think.. look at the air outlets...
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OSCA 1600GT list ... as of 1994

Small changes since 1994, but it is still a start.

Thanks Nik for all the information. It is most welcome. I still have lots of information that seems self-contradictory ... but that seems almost the norm rather than the exception for these sorts of cars. Have you found a body number, as you did with your Fiat 1600S car?

I think that your listing is also a good start except that maybe "00006" is perhaps another number? Note that the first five cars appear to have had only three digits to the chassis number (*001*, *002*, etc.) and then a number of other cars had four (*0006*, etc.). It was apparently not until N. 00100 that the chassis numbers got the extra zero (*00100*) in the chassis number. Although this can confuse computers that are not somehow tricked into over-riding certain default settings, these can be important distinctions when looking at the cars.

Here are the two pages from my 1994 edition of The Italian Car Registry that describe the OSCA 1600GT production (as it was known or believed to be at that time) as well as a number of leads to learning more. Still working on this listing and always hoping to have help to improve it for the future.

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FYI: According to this post, Dan Rapley had an Osca 1600GT Boneschi with a Chevy engine for sale about 3 years ago (possibly the yellow car). His web site had pictures of 2 cars. The links no longer work but contacting him and asking for pictures and the information he collected may be worthwhile.

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La Carrozzeria Fissore

Auto d'Epoca, May 1990 had a multi-page feature on Carrozzeria Fissore written (in Italian, of course) by Edgardo Ferrari. The OSCA and Fiat cars under discussion here were featured fairly prominently with some limited chassis number and descriptive information offered as well.

Don't have my collection here to scan it at present, but I have a note that The Autocar (UK) 13 October 1961 page 583 had something on the Fissore OSCA 1600.

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OSCA Fissore - Prints dated October 1977

I don't recall the source of these, but they are machine printed with the date October 1977, so would have been taken at that time or earlier.
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OSCA 1600 Carrozzeria Speciale Shock-Proof

A brochure for a car with a rather Lotus-Elan type of backbone chassis and polyester (fiberglass=glass-fibre) body. I don't know who did the body.
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OSCA 1600 Carrozzeria Speciale bodied by Corbetta
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A brochure for a car with a rather Lotus-Elan type of backbone chassis and polyester (fiberglass=glass-fibre) body. I don't know who did the body.
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OSCA 1600 Carrozzeria Speciale bodied by Corbetta
That's appears to be the same body (the awkward 'C' pillar is very distinctive), but it really does look as though the front and the rear are by two different designers. The front has a lot of Pininfarina (think Fiat Dino Spider), and the rear has a lot of -- angles.

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Corbetta Carrozzeria

Does anyone have any info to share about Corbetta Carrozzeria?
I have not heard about it and could not find any info with a quick search on the net.
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here is chassis late from Fissore at Padova 06. Ex salvatore Ferragamo car.. Sure looks 006 to me... ??
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