It hasn't been that long, just a few years, since the automakers were in serious trouble. Car sales had bottomed out, and the battle against bankruptcy was on. But now, in an optimistic sign of the industry’s continued recovery, sales are enjoying their second straight year of growth.
Who knew it was illegal? Lots of old Cadillacs roam the streets of Havana, even today. Prior to the new law that goes into effect on Saturday, car sales in Cuba had been restricted and limited to cars built before the 1959 revolution. Cuba's streets are about the only place in the world where you find a multitude of classic American cars, many big finned Cadillacs, with most in disrepair. There ar