Photographer's Note

As I said in one of my early postings , I took a lot of pictures of cars in Cuba. The old US cars there are now recognised there as part of their heritage. This is not only because the staggering number of preserved pre 1959 US cars there have effectively turned the whole country into the world's largest motor museum, and a living museum at that, but also because it was the post revolutionary political/economic situation was created the phenomon.

This Ford Falcon was spotted in a side street just south of Centro. What I think is intersting is the trouble that's been taken to maintain all the bits of chrome in the appropriate places, even though the overall state of the car is not all that good.

Tech, just slight crop, left right and bottom. Thought about a tighter one, but the rest of the background helps locate the scene as Cuba.

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Additional Photos by Richard Gatward (RGatward) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3754 W: 141 N: 3794] (20108)
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