Havana is a big open-air American Classic Cars museum. Estimated 100,000+ pre-revolutionary cars are still driving in the cities of Cuba. From 1900 to 1958 (before the Cuban Revolution), the country was a large importer of U.S. American cars. Import stopped after the U.S. trade embargo in 1960. Because it’s been difficult for many Cubans to purchase new cars, car owners have managed to maintain the cars they possessed prior to the revolution. Fascinating, the replacement parts are custom made by Cubans. If you are a Classic Car fanatic as I am, Havana is a paradise for you!

Streets of Havana, Cuba

Streets of Havana, Cuba

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

Havana, Cuba. American Classic Cars Museum

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