“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”
“I feel that life is measured in achievement, not in years alone.”

Here are some pictures of the vehicles driving around Cuba from my trip. I can

distinguish quite a few, but I know little about them and some are fairly bizarre.

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Some notes:

- This was on Cayo Coco (Island)

- About 75% of the vehicles were modern (1991+) and 25% classics

- Majority were a chinese brand called “Geely”, as well as “BYD” and buses were often “Yutong”. There were actually quite a few Russian cars, be it Moskovich or Lada

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- Most of the classics were 1948-1958 Chevy’s, Buicks, and Oldsmobile.

- Enjoy!

FINAL NOTE: If you know anything about any of the cars in the pictures, comment because I would like to learn.

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There were more cars, but I didn’t take photos because I didn’t want to fill up my camera (I prioritized).

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