Further to that last item

Chevrolet produced nearly 270,000 Bel Air sedans for 1956.
   At VanDerBrink Auctions, you can see all the Chevys (plus a scattering of other brands) that were sold in the Lambrecht Chevrolet sale – and marvel at the prices some fetched. Still, looking at the condition of many of the Lambrecht cars, I'd have to say the Chevrolets in Cuba are often in better shape.

A Chevrolet Suburban taxi in Havana.
Suburban is a '52 or '53.

Few cars wear two-tone paint better than a 1955 Chevrolet.

Dash wiring could use a little work.

Another '55 sedan, this one a taxi.

Chevrolet Styleline sedan from 1950.

Rear fender on this 1951 Chevrolet Styleline De Luxe appears to have been reshaped at some point over the years.


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