Sports car sightings


   Forget, for a moment, Cuba's Maseratis and other eluders. The island has plenty of mainstream sports cars, and these can often be seen in daily use. CARISTAS friend Michael Roy provides shots of two MGAs he's come across in Havana.















   The modern, 10-spoke rims on the top car look spiffy  and check out the wooden wheel and dash on the lower car. More than 100,000 MGAs were produced between 1955 and 1962. Most were built in England, but according to the North American MGA Register, some were sent in "kit" form to other countries, including Cuba, for final assembly.

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