Indeed, for fans of classic Italian cars this is a gem: there are many (so to speak) in the spider version but very few in the coupé version.
In the era of the transformations of standard Fiat cars, in which all the Italian (and not only) coachbuilder craftsmen tried their hand, OSI could not be missing which technically was not born as a body shop in the strict sense, but as a workshop that produced stamped sheet metal for Fiat and other large customers who request to outsource the production of some parts.
The car we see here has been fully restored in what we believe to be the original color scheme: a timeless silver coupled with a very nice and classy red vinyl interior. The seller says that the restoration was done in 2012 and it seems to hold up very well, in fact we imagine that the car has spent most of the time under a tarp, parked in a garage. Too bad for the spoked rims that don’t look like Borrani, but rims with a British pattern. Find it for sale at €52,000 (today $57,000) here in Cesena, Italy.