Post by kerouac2 on Jan 16, 2018 17:38:48 GMT
I hope that nobody thought that they were actually going to escape this subject. It is simply impossible not to take all of the pictures when you go to Cuba. I have been to plenty of ultra poor countries where people drive really old cars, but absolutely nothing matches this living car museum of Amercian automotive grandeur. However, the spectrum is vast, from the lovingly restored bright and shiny vehicles that the owners spend all of their time polishing and wiping when they are not driving to the most incredible rust buckets that you cannot imagine still being serviceable. There are also plenty of new cars on the streets now and also an intermediate zone of aging Soviet bloc cars from a variety of countries, but it's the old American ones that captivate one's eye constantly. So this will just be a display of those cars, although I would absolutely not rule about the occasional Canadian Studebaker.
First, seen from above from the balcony of the first apartment
To fully appreciate them, though, you must be down at ground level right next to them.
The design details are always very impressive.