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Maserati OSCA 1600 GT
Founded by Ernesto Maserati and his two brothers Ettore, and Bindo, the OSCA was a little Maserati and often misunderstood from the collector market until a decade or so ago. We can tell you that one of the remaining Maserati brothers, Alfieri is writing an in-depth book on the Maserati cars and will let us know about it. We look forward to reviewing it with an interview.
We were privileged to be part of the Nice Concours d’Elegance (France) and drove with the Maserati Boomerang, a 1953 Ferrari Mondial and an Maserati OSCA 1600 GT. Click here for a more in depth review of the OSCA on our friend’s Veloce Today.
No matter how many times they tell you to watch for your head getting in and out, you will bump it, and again. This is simply a beautiful little car with the Maserati DNA and a perfect Riviera cruiser.
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