The cars do rot to some extent with the salt air (check out the rockers and wheel openings on many cars that have obviously been redone) but they're kept up. A lot of cars have real nice trim and bumpers; I wonder if it's due to the fact Cuba has very large deposits of nickel?
This weekend's update is brought to you by your local Ford dealer, with two convenient locations in Havana:
Now let's go back a ways:
This '26 or '27 Model T is advertised as highly original (a relative term; note the Model A wheels and front fenders, plus the drum headlights).
And continuing the fresh-air theme, here's a '47 (with a '48 grille) Chevy convertible:
Still has the original six-banger, runs perfect. The owner says it's one of only two in Havana, and that it needs paint (looks like it has a ton of Bondo, unfortunately).
And finally: Ad says it's a '31 Ford, but it looks more like a '28 or '29 Murray-bodied sedan minus its roof:
Wheels of course are a bit later (like '33-'34?).