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  1. Just spent a couple of weeks in the communist hell-hole known as Cuba*, thought people here might appreciate a few** snaps of the exotic and varied local transport. * = Not actually a hell-hole, actually pretty frickin' awesome. ** = OK so I took 2000 pictures and a lot of them were of cars Anyway, I can confirm there are at least 7 Land Rovers in the entire country made up of at least 3 entire Land Rovers' worth of parts and gawd knows what else (you'll see what I mean), so have some pics! Also, basically anything that moves in Cuba is a taxi - horses, bicycles, cars, trucks. Almost nothing has the original engine, drivetrain, factory-issued number of wheel nuts, etc. There's one or maybe two guys in Havana who have American cars with actual V8's in them but those could easily have come from a Zil truck. Most other stuff has some sort of diesel lump of varying quality and health. Yes the rest of the car was attached to this tail-fin. Think it's probably a URAL, there's a lot about. I love these vans, I really want one. Both these things are taxis. It said "Willys" on the bonnet, but that could just be where they got the bonnet from. Will continue in more posts...
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