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Cuba's classic cars could be victims of economic reform

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Cuba's communist government is relaxing the rules to allow more private enterprise but the move could mean an end to one of the island's most famous sights - its streets packed with cars more than 50 years old.

Sarah Rainsford went to look the impact of economic liberalisation which has meant more guest houses for tourists to stay in and a drive to attract wealthy visitors with new golf courses.

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