I did a search and found nothing on this movie. If there is anyone that hasn't seen this movie go out and get it. It's incredible what the Cuban's are forced to do with our old iron to keep 'em running. A look at the phenomenon of classic American cars in Cuba, the largest living automobile museum in the world. Yank Tanks (2002) Producer/Director/Cinematographer: David Schendel Editor: Jean Kawahara Associate Producer/Interviewer: Javier Bajana Studio: Blue Collar Films Genre: Documentary Runtime: 70m Synopsis Yanks Tanks is a first look at the phenomenon of classic American cars in Cuba. Like an exotic, endangered species, these colorful cars roam around this island paradise trapped in a 1950’s time warp. As beacons of individuality in a sea of government conformity they represent freedom for those who own them. Owners who will do almost anything to keep them running. Seeing these old cars in recent films and photographs one wonders how they have maintained them after decades with no spare parts and an embargo by the United States. After repeated trips to Cuba, the Schendel brothers succeed in taking a close look into the underground world of Cuban cars, finding along the way a gallery of eccentric characters - the curators of the largest, living, automobile museum in the world.