From the January 2, 2015, Chicago Tribune "Vintage Quest" by Daniel Trotta.
American vintage car buffs are salivating over the possibilities as U.S.-Cuban relations loosen up. Luis Abel Bango had been looking for his dream car, a 1957 Chevy Bel Air for seven years and has found one in Cuba which he is purchasing for $7,000. His black-and-white four-door has been kept in excellent shape.
There are some 60,000 vintage cars in Cuba, left over from the pre-Castro days in 1959. But, for every hidden gem, there are many beaten-up clunkers which have been run down or stripped for parts.
Just One Aspect of Long-Overdue Improved Relations. --RoadDog
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