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[–] TheBuddha 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

They aren't worth much. They're not even close to original. They have engines from shit like Russian tractors and use sugar, water, and detergent to make brake fluid.

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[–] SantiagoDeCuba [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

And still running around, right.

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[–] TheBuddha 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Yes. The salt has done terrible things to them. The metal that you see on them isn't original - but fashioned from other car bodies and any metal they have laying around.

That they run is a sign that they Cubans are a dedicated and resourceful people. The cars value may lie in art - but that'll be depleted once the market is flooded with old junk from Cuba.

I've spoken with you before - thinking you might be Cuban. I'm the guy that's been there, twice. I'm also an automotive enthusiast. Note, I didn't say expert.

So, it's my opinion that you're not going to want to collect them. They're not going to be very valuable, except in very, very rare instances.

That said, there's supposed to be some squirreled away - but they number in the single digits. There's supposed to be one of the early gullwing Mercs and one of the earliest Silver Ghosts on the island. Those are probably myths, but I'd like to believe.

If you get there, ask someone to show you their car. They'll more than happily do so. They love showing them off, as most don't have the chance to even own a car.

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[–] derram 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Https://hooktube.com/watch?v=lW6idUgVbjE :

Classic American Car - Revolution Plaza, Habana - Cuba. - YouTube


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