"Schweid, hardly the first American traveler to Cuba to note the island's auto-mania, makes this an occasion to write both a sturdy history and a lyrical song of love for the cars of yesteryear. The result: a treat for motorheads and geopolitics buffs alike."
When Fidel Castro entered Havana in 1959, it was on the back of a Willys jeep. Che Guevara pulled in a little later in a Studebaker, and a socialist paradise was born.
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