Britaly: 1953 Arnolt-MG Convertible + 1948 Siata SC 750 by Motto

What we have here is a package consisting of two very interesting cars, an English to be restored and an Italian one to drive. We must start by saying that both cars are rare: English is certainly rare, the Italian is very rare and it is really difficult to see around. Another difference lies in… Read More Britaly: 1953 Arnolt-MG Convertible + 1948 Siata SC 750 by Motto

Approved by the son: 1955 Lancia Aprilia “Mille Miglia” Barchetta by OSA (recreation)

OSA was the acronym of Officina Specializzata Automobili, a workshop in Naples (Italy) specialized in tuning standard cars, during the 50s and 60s. This workshop was founded by Agostino Accadia who, besides being a mechanic, was also a car driver and one of the cars he drove at the Mille Miglia was a boat based… Read More Approved by the son: 1955 Lancia Aprilia “Mille Miglia” Barchetta by OSA (recreation)