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)

Plastic surgery: 1962 Maserati Sebring “A6GCS Recreation” by Giordanengo

The original Maserati A6GCS was built by Fantuzzi while this one has been built by Giordanengo, a known Italian coachworks specialized in building replicas (or recreations) of Italian sport cars of the fifties and sixties. This barchetta has been built on a modified Maserati Sebring chassis, along with 3500cc, six-inline, twin cam and twin spark… Read More Plastic surgery: 1962 Maserati Sebring “A6GCS Recreation” by Giordanengo