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PostA Cadillac, and a Citroen (Paul Pitlick, USA, 12/31/17 5:39 am)
John E (29 December) asked for help in identifying a car he photographed in Cuba. The fins on the red one look like a Cadillac, and there's a sticker on the car next to it, "...ROËN"; presumably a Citroën.
JE comments: Paul Pitlick really extracted detail from the photo; see below. I never know the ol' Canon Sure Shot had it in it!
The modern trucky thing on the right is definitely a Citroën. The raspberry-color machine next to it could very well be a Cadillac from as early as 1948--they were the first marque from Detroit to feature nascent tail fins. These would grow to hyperbolic excess by 1959. What this Caddy is missing, however, is the emblem on the tail (see final image; note too the similarity in the rear bumpers).
1952 Cadillac with Tail Emblem (Google Image)