The OSI-Ford 20 M TS is a coupe built by the Italian car manufacturer Officine Stampaggi Industriali(abbreviated to OSI). The car was designed in 1965.
The man behind the deign was Sergio Sartorelli. He was responsible for such cars the VW Karmann Ghia Type 34. The vehicle was based on the Ford 20M and was created between 1967 and 1968.
There were 870 cars fitted with two-litre V6 engines and 409 cars fitted with 2.3-litre V6 engines at prices from 14,900 DM and 15,200 DM in Germany. In 1968 OSI went into administration.
In 1967 at the Paris Salon, a convertible version of the Ford OSI was presented. This remained the only one.
Only about 200 cars still exist.