My last Cuban street art post ended with a blue taxi next to blue wall art. This one starts in the same location with a different car. It was obviously a popular pick-up and drop off location on this particular taxi circuit. Taxis in Havana don’t have stands, they drive continuously in a well-understood route and you just flag them down.
As I was preparing this post, I realized that you don’t see a lot of two-toned cars these days: Mini Coopers and the odd convertible (well, odd where I live because the weather is only warm enough for maybe 30 days a year to put the top down.)
I had no idea of how to organize the many (don’t ask how many!) shots of colourful 1940 and 1950’s cars I took. I certainly can’t do it by marque because I don’t know, but I think the last one is a Chev. Please chime in if you know what cars these are!
These four shots were all taken on my last day in Havana, in February, in the Central Havana District. Many more cars to come.