Strolling the streets of Havana, classic cars abound. It's like a classic car show throughout the entire city. Due to the embargo, cubans have difficulty purchasing both new cars and parts. The cars are handed down from generation to generation, and the owners make parts from whatever resources are available.
While taking a ride in a 57 Chevy cab, I asked the driver how he maintained the motor. He informed me the engine was actually a Toyota!