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There is something that always attracts the visitors' attention on the streets and avenues all over the island. No matter which country he comes from, he'll be surprised to see what many have already called the "Rolling Museum". This museum is the result of talent and creativeness of the Cuban people. Cars from different North American factories like Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, mostly from the 40's and 50's, can be found turning a corner or stopping at a red light. Models like Ford Standard, Ford Deluxe, Mercury, Edstel, convertible Cadillac, Cadillac Deluxe, Golden Cadillac, Buick Deluxe, Chevrolet Standard, Chevrolet Deluxe, Pontiac, Chrysler Imperial, Chrysler Deluxe and Standard, De Soto, Dodge, Kaiser, Henry J., Hudson, Oldsmobile and Plymouth can be seen everywhere and anywhere. These old cars are about 10% of the cars circulating at the present time and proud 4th and 5th generation owners meticulously preserve many. Private collectors have come to the island to buy these cars, well-known photographers come seeking unusual images, important TV broadcasting stations have made reports about Cuban "old-cars" owners that have re-engineered for more than 30 years these historic automobiles are often stopped by inquisitive passing tourists.

Come and see the "rolling museum" yourself it is truly a unique experience.

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