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1960 Fiat 1500 S Cabriolet (O.S.C.A.) [118S]

1960 Fiat 1500 S Cabriolet [118S] in Les parisiennes, Movie, 1962 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT

1960 Fiat 1500 S Cabriolet (O.S.C.A.) [118S]

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francisharley FR

2007-11-27 22:14

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La voiture Ó gauche

DynaMike NL

2007-11-27 22:24

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I'd say that's a 1960+ Fiat 1500 OSCA Cabriolet [118S].

Edit: like this one: /vehicle_129350-Fiat-1500-Cabriolet-118-S-1960.html

-- Last edit: 2007-11-27 22:28:04

rpcm PT

2007-11-27 22:28

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The air intake seems indeed to identify the 1500. It was introduced in the summer of 1959, so it's 1960 model year.

sixcyl FR

2007-11-27 23:36

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OSCA had never beem part of the name :??: ... it's juts like if we would had PininFarina on several Peugeot, or Michelotti on Triumph..etc...

antp BE

2007-11-27 23:53

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or Bertone for some Volvo... ooops, no these had it in their name :D

DynaMike NL

2007-11-27 23:57

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I think that's right, I've got two brochures of the 1200/1500 Cabriolet (in English, nos 1573 and 1692) and there is no mention of OSCA. Also the press-photos only mention (on the back) Pininfarina as coachbuilder, not OSCA as engine constructor. OSCA stands for 'Officine Specializzate Costruzione Automobili' an engine factory own by the Maserati brothers.

rpcm PT

2007-11-28 01:22

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As I said in another occasion, the O.S.C.A. name was not part of the model name. I suggest to add it as extra info since it's a curious association between Fiat and O.S.C.A. and all the articles about this model mention it. This is one of the examples:
Link to "www.motorlegend.com"

sixcyl FR

2007-11-28 07:40

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Ok then I suggest to put it between brackets as an indication non inclued in the name

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