Cuba is well known for prevalence of cars from the 1950s. I think it has something to do with the silly US trade embargo. Our tour guide told us the reason, but I can’t remember. At any rate, these are some of the old cars I saw in Cuba. Most of the photos were taken from inside the bus during our trip to Havana.
America’s best-selling car isn’t what you might think… Little Tikes Co. of Hudson, Ohio has released sales figures for its iconic Cozy Coupe showing that it has outsold all of those four-door family sedans throughout its 30-year production run. That’s right, the red plastic coupe with the yellow top turns 30 this year, and last year alone the company moved 457,000 of them… We have one of those. Pain in
Skidding: (via Bits & Pieces)
I ordered a roof rack for my 2004 Toyota Matrix today. My parent’s canoe has been stored in my garage for five years, ever since they moved from a house to an apartment. I have never used the canoe, although I did canoe a lot in my youth – I loved it; but now that the kids are older, I’m feeling compelled to dust the canoe off and start using
Cars is good. Caitlyn and I disagree with Phillip’s assessment of the movie; we liked it. Cars is a film from Pixar, the company behind the computer-animated films such as Finding Nemo and Toy Story, and this one raises the animation bar, as does every new film from Pixar seems to do. The film opens with a stunning (due to the computer graphics) car race. The main character (a car