From Chevy Bel-Airs to Ford Fairlanes, you see an almost candy-like assortment of cars on the streets of Cuba.
Wondering why these old, colourful cars line its streets? Up until the early 1950s, Cuba was one of the largest buyers of American cars. But soon after it fell into a communist regime, a trade embargo was imposed, and Cuba stopped importing new cars. So, over the years, old cars have been revamped and Cuba is now said to live in an "automotive time warp"!