A colorful and picturesque caravan of about sixty vintage cars marched under the scorching sun through several neighborhoods of the capital Cuba on Sunday.
Havana doesn't disappoint on its reputation as a living automotive
museum, with finned 1950s Chevrolets, Fords and Cadillacs rarely seen
elsewhere still cruising the city's avenues. While some are barely held
together by makeshift parts and creative soldering, many have been
maintained with surprising amounts of TLC. For a four-wheeled blast from
the past, head to the streets around the wedding-cake-like Capitol
building, where classic car owners park their antiques so nostalgic
tourists can gawk.