Daily Fix, 3


A 1953 Plymouth gets some attention in Havana.


Newer vehicles are not immune from breakdowns.


While one driver-mechanic dives deep into an Asia Motors bus (you can just see his feet), his colleagues look for clues to the cause of the coach's problems. Asia was a subsidiary of Korea's Kia Motors. The brand was dropped when Kia was acquired by Hyundai in 1999.



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