A multi-coloured past



   My guess, given the interior colour, is that this 1953 Dodge being readied for a respray (Matanzas, 2008) was originally the light blue seen on the rear door and other panels. Each subsequent hue in the 50 years (exactly, today) since the Castro government took power might have been an owner’s choice, or a matter of available paint.
  This is an export-model Dodge, probably Canadian-built. In the U.S., this body style belonged to Chrysler’s Plymouth brand.

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