The owner of this one is obsessed for classic cars and he lives in Vietnam.
He was unaware of the OSI marque until he heard about a Ford Coupe some two years ago. Until watching a picture of the OSI he thought it should be a Mustang or a Capri as they are more or less common in Vietnam .
Apparently it has not been used since 1991, and was registered in the Can Tho province in the South. It was previously owned by a glass factory owner for quite a long time.
Judging by the paperwork which starts in 1976 it was one of many cars abandoned in 1975 and subsequently confiscated by the government and resold. Most driving licenses were revoked by the government post 1975 - so cars had little value other than scrap metal. Quite a few did survive, but unfortunately a lot were butchered to make them more economical, seat more people, lots turned to either Toyota power or Russian diesel. This one luckily escaped that abuse and is largely original.
Another great story - to be continued later...