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A photographic report from Cuba

23/10/2013 11:05 |  Comments: 


Former car restorer, damper designer, rotary-engine guru and also an automotive engineer, but generally doesn’t talk much about his former activities. András is our mag’s Leatherman tool: when there’s a project no-one would poke with a stick, he’s the one usually assigned to carry it through. When he’s in Hungary, he works 16 hours daily, then every once in a while he disappears from the horizon. Last time he’s been seen in Auckland… Has a huge garage, lives with a girlfriend.

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We're all just clowns. But incredibly lucky clowns. After visiting Cuba it will take a few weeks till I can write things like ‘the electric power steering feels dull' again with firm conviction. Something like that is a ridiculous problem by Cuban standards, and in my mind I'm still over there. Cuba is a parallel universe. Like travelling back in time taking an imperfect time machine. I'm sorry, but the clichés are all true.

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