A vintage car is about to take a spin in Havana. Cuba offers visitors beaches, mountains, a rich history and plenty to keep nostalgia buffs, enamored of life in the 1950s, occupied.
A vintage car is about to take a spin in Havana. Cuba offers visitors beaches, mountains, a rich history and plenty to keep nostalgia buffs, enamored of life in the 1950s, occupied. Mimi Whitefield Miami Herald Staff
A vintage car is about to take a spin in Havana. Cuba offers visitors beaches, mountains, a rich history and plenty to keep nostalgia buffs, enamored of life in the 1950s, occupied. Mimi Whitefield Miami Herald Staff

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