Classic Car Paradise

It’s no surprise that Cuba, aside from having free state health care, is a haven for old American cars. The streets are lined with classics of the fin era ending in 1959, an estimated 60,000 of them, and you’re more likely to see a ’58 Eldorado or a ’56 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer than a modern Russian car. But the rules that kept those old Yank tanks on the road—often, due to the economic embargo, with Soviet-era engines and hand-made parts — are changing, and the big beneficiary could be the American classic car buyer.






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