The Riquimbili, whose name is as untraceable as the parts that compose them, have become one of Cuba's preferred forms of transport.
In Venezuela remains one of the world's strangest and most picturesque of holy courts: la Corte Malandra, or Thug Court.
In Colombia's mountains, enter the tarabita at your own risk.
I sharpen your knives! Come, come! Baratico.
Mexican newspaper La Reforma recently released a photo, in its front page, with one of these cars called Monstruos, headlined: “This seems like a war?”
High walls and a security check will separate you and another 1,500 prisoners from the rest of society.