Here is another example of our favorite Fiat from the 60s: a 1600S Coupe with the type 118b engine produced in less than 300 units. It is easy to recognize this model immediately: from the outside it is identical to the 1500 Coupè (the one with a pushrod engine) with the exception of the front… Read More Grey hound: 1963 Fiat 1600S Coupé O.S.C.A. by Pininfarina
This car really needs nothing as it is one of the most beautiful specimen seen so far belonging to the small batch of 1600S coupé produced by Pininfarina on behalf of FIAT. It is clearly a car coming from Italy (where we believe that the 99% of these were sold when new), indeed the seller… Read More Needs nothing/2: 1964 Fiat 1600S OSCA Coupé
Update, 29th of March: the seller told us that the car has been sold. As usual we monitor how many 1600S are for sale around and as usual no more than one or two of these type 118b are for sale in an year. This is the first one of 2017. This car is said… Read More Feeling blue: 1963 Fiat 1600S OSCA Coupé
The seller of this rare 1600S Osca says that the car has won many classic car concours and that basically every part of it is properly working. Maybe we didn’t need to know that it has won so many events as what we can actually see by the photos f pretty nice: it’s clearly a… Read More Trophy winner: 1964 Fiat 1600S Osca Coupé by Pininfarina
The fifties and the sixties were the decades when Fiat still knew how to build sport cars: the 1600S with the O.S.C.A. engine is a proof of that. Indeed this car is equipped with the D.O.H.C. four cylinder engine built by Maserati brothers in the early fifties and the “sold” to Fiat which made a… Read More Four lights, two camshafts: 1963 Fiat 1600S O.S.C.A.
We featured another Fiat OSCA 1600S Coupè (type 118b) last year: that was a beautiful car which needed nothing, and the asking price was a little more of the half of this one. We said that it is a rare car – 273 made as the seller says – but we didn’t believe that it… Read More Hot market: 1963 Fiat 1600S OSCA Coupé