Epic Drive: Motor Trend visits Cuba, takes a look at classic American cars and much more...

Cuba is a great travel destination. It’s right next to Florida, though you can’t actually get there from Miami or Orlando because of the political “situation” with the U.S.

The embargoed island is known for a great Caribbean climate and vibe, along with fine cigarettes and of course classic American cars. Before the 1959 Revolution, Cuba was a popular tourist destination for United States citizens and many of todays cars are from that era.

Motor Trend has put together a great video that is not just about the classic American cars but also about the island itself, taking a closer look at hangouts of writer Ernest Hemingway and much more…

This is a perfect weekend video for any classic car enthusiast and people passionate about traveling. Sit back, relax and enjoy!


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