1962 OSCA 1600GTS Zagato

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The brainchild of the Maserati Brothers after their namesake company was sold, OSCA developed four-cylinder racing cars piloted by the likes of Stirling Moss, culminating in the 1954 victory at the 12 hours of Sebring. Only 128 road-going berlinettas were produced, 98 of which were bodied by Zagato.

This is a late-production, unrestored, example of the last car to be hand-built by the Maserati brothers and was owned for many years by the Japanese automobile marque; Mazda.

Highlights

Stock No : OSC-001
Year : 1962
Body : Coupe
Engine : 1,568cc I4
Exterior : Red
Interior : Black
Mileage : 5,778 Original kilometres
Transmission : Manual
Location : In transit

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