Cars of Cuba
Like the mediterranean island of Malta, Cuba is an open air car museum. As far as motoring is concerned, time has stood still since 1959, when the Cuba revolution took place. Due to Cuba's proximity to the USA, most of the 'exhibits' are US makes, but you do still see the odd British and German Fords. A friend of mine, Bert Eleveld, recently visited Cuba and sent me these great pictures.
Dodge parked in a shopping street in Havanna.
The most modern car in this picture is an ancient but ubiquetous Lada.
A British Ford Zephyr Mk II (1956-1962). Note the sign above advertizing Dutch beer.
Holland has sold (or donated) the previous generation of coaches to numerous developing countries. This DAF coach still bears the original Dutch direction film - Holwerd. The lace curtain is not a standard feature!