That's a beauty.Any time I see an old clunker, I am reminded of the song, "Rusty Chevrolet" as sung to the tune of "Jingle Bells."
That's a fine looking machine. It must be so cool to see them used as everyday vehicles in such good condition.
I don't know that song, Messymimi. I'll have to look it up. Hilary, it really was cool.
What a nicely-kept vehicle! Looks like it's from the late '50's.(I've heard the song to which messymimi refers, but cannot think of the words.)
It sure was, df Bag Lady. Quite a sight.
Beautiful! It looks so incongruous next to the shiny modern bus! Great composition there.
Thanks, Reb. Never thought about the juxtaposition, but you're right.
I'd heard that cars from the 1950s were in Cuba. How cool.Mary
I remember seeing some antique cars on a town center in Sicily one summer. They have a lovely charm and detail that only the most expensive cars have today. But they sure do drink!
It's very cool, Mary. Uruguay does the same. It decided many long yars ago it was better to fix up what they had rather than import.Tabor, they just don't make them like that anymore.
I've been wanting to go to Cuba, and that's put another good reason on the why I should list. Thanks!
You're welcome, Tattytiara. I hope you get there soon.
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