HAVANA â€“ Barely a travel article about Cuba gets published these days without a prominent mention of the vintage 1950s Chevrolets, Fords, Plymouths and Buicks that add so much color and tourist appeal to the island. But few people think of the old gas-guzzlers as a business opportunity. 1950 Dodge Rick Shnitzler, founder of a nonprofit group called TailLight Diplomacy (TLD), says Cuban owners of antique autos represent a captive market for spare parts â€“ both originals and ...
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