For an American, Havana is filled with contradictions
For an American, Havana is filled with contradictions HAVANA - The green 1951 Dodge Coronet clattering along this city&#x92;s famed Malecon coastal seawall looks like the car built more than a half-century ago, but lift the hood and things are not as expected. The car&#x92;s bulging headlights give the classic roadster its distinctive flare, but the factory engine long ago was replaced by a Toyota engine. The dashboard and steering wheel are by Hyundai. Fabric is falling from the... read more
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