Depósito del Automóvil.

January 20, 2010

The Cuban Antique Car Museum: an editorial of the history of Cuba from the automobile’s perspective. From the 1926 Roller,  a reminder of the island’s former wealth, to the imposing-grouper grille of those Pontiac street Leviathans still trawling for tourists today as taxis searching for their proverbial Jonah’s to scoff and spew forth at arranged destination. This is a place I would like to whittle away some hours drinking rum and smoking cigars contemplating bikes and cars.

More pictures below.

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2010/01/03/automobiles/20100103-cuba_index.html

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