Classic cars being driven in Cuba
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Is it the end of the road for Cuba's classic cars?

President Raul Castro has agreed to allow people to buy and sell cars in Cuba, ending a ban on Cubans selling cars bought after the 1959 revolution that ushered in communism.

However, the changes could spell the beginning of the end for many of the island's classic American cars, which are a key feature of Cuban roads.

The BBC's Michael Voss reports.

  • 13 Nov 2011
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