Fidel Castro led STATE has a unique rule in the affairs of buying and selling cars. It's Only the Asian and European cars that may be imported. While for American cars, they only allow the model made before 1959 (the year the Cuban Revolution), which those can be sold freely.
By rule, the country of Cuba is a paradise for classic American cars. There are many classic cars made beautiful post-war world. The question is: If the Cuban people are allowed to buy modern vehicles, does that mean the end the triumph of classic car that was one of peculiar attraction in the Caribbean communist country?
Probably it's not. Because classic cars are valuable part of Cuban history, and its people feel they will remain united despite modern vehicles began to arrive. But everything can change with time. And only time can answer that too.