Cuba is to relax import restrictions on foreign-built cars.

It means Cubans will no longer need to buy their vehicles from state sellers.

Until 2011, the only cars that could be sold had to have been built before the 1959 revolution.

Let's hope it doesn't mean the end of sights like this:

Loading Slideshow...
  • A taxi driver takes passengers in a classic car as people line up to buy a cup of coffee from a vendor's home, formerly the RCA Victor building in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday July 13, 2011. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

  • Old cars drive past next to a public bus crowded with commuters in Havana, Cuba, Friday, July 1, 2011. Cuba has announced the first details of a highly anticipated new law meant to loosen rules on the buying and selling of homes and cars, which have been tightly controlled since soon after the 1959 revolution. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

  • An American classic car drives past a government office flying Cuba's national flag in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday Sept. 28, 2011. Cuba legalized the sale and purchase of automobiles for all citizens on Wednesday, another major step in the communist run island's economic transformation. The 40-page Official Gazette that published the law which takes effect Oct. 1 also says that Cubans who leave the island for good can transfer ownership of their car to a relative or sell it outright. Previously, the state could seize the automobiles of those who emigrated. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

  • A driver races his 1956 Chevrolet classic car in a quarter mile race in Artemisa, Cuba, Saturday Jan. 7, 2012. The automobile competition, sponsored by Cuban sports organizations, is a timed race in which drivers compete one by one and the classic car rally is the event's most popular category. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

  • In this photo taken on Jan. 12, 2012, a man waves from his classic car as he drives by oscillating oil pumps operated by the state oil company Cuba Petroleos, Cupet, in Santa Cruz del Norte, Cuba. A Chinese-built oil rig has arrived to Cuba in January to start exploratory drilling beneath the waters off Cuba's northern coast. Cuban leaders hope the rig will bring riches to a Communist country that is sorely in need of an economic boost. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

  • An antique car passes by the Virgin of Charity of Cobre church in El Cobre, near Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, Sunday March 25, 2012. Pope Benedict XVI flies to Santiago de Cuba to mark the 400th anniversary of the discovery of the image of the Virgin of Charity of Cobre, Cuba's patron. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)

  • A 1950's era Studebaker is available as a taxi at a plaza in Bayamo, Cuba, Friday, April 20, 2012. Half century-old cars are a common sight in Cuba, along with some Russian vehicles, remnants of an era when the Soviet Union contributed heavily to the Cuban economy. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

  • In this Sept. 8, 2012 photo, people drive a classic American car past a sugar cane field in Camaguey, Cuba. Just two years ago, Cuba's sugar industry was on its knees after the worst harvest in more than a century. Now Cuba's signature industry is showing signs of life. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

  • An American classic car is parked near the U.S Interests section building in Havana, Cuba, Friday Nov. 2, 2012. Cuba denounced the American diplomatic mission on the island on Friday for what it called subversive activities designed to undermine the government of Raul Castro. The Foreign Ministry said the Americans illegally give classes inside the walls of the U.S. Interests Section, which Washington maintains instead of an embassy, and provide Internet service without permission. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

  • A tourist poses for photos next to an American classic car during the 9th Classic Car rally in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. A colorful and picturesque caravan of about sixty vintage cars marched under the scorching sun through several neighborhoods of the capital. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Participants look at the engine of an American classic car during the 9th Classic Car rally in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. A colorful and picturesque caravan of about sixty vintage cars marched under the scorching sun through several neighborhoods of the capital. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • In this Sept. 25, 2013 photo, a merchant drives away his classic American car pulling a small trailer loaded with bananas, tomatoes and onions at the 114th Street Market on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba. Produce is brought in by growers themselves and by transportation specialists who make a living by buying crops far away and hauling them to Havana, the island’s biggest and most important market. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • Santiago De Cuba Prepares For Visit Of Pope Benedict XVI

    SANTIAGO DE CUBA, CUBA - MARCH 25: A child looks out of a car as he passes Antonio Maceo Revolution Square where Pope Benedict XVI is set to speak on the first day of a three day visit to Cuba on March 25, 2012 in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Fourteen years after Pope John Paul II visited Cuba, Pope Benedict will arrive into the communist country on Monday the 26th. Benedict, who will be arriving from Mexico, will conduct a mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first followed by a mass in Havana before leaving on the 28th. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

  • A private taxi drives along a street on

    A private taxi drives along a street on September 28, 2011 in Havana. Cuba authorized auto sales among individuals Wednesday, easing a 50-year-old ban that has helped make the communist-ruled island a living museum of vintage cars. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Cuba's Capital Havana Prepares For Pope Benedict XVI Visit To The Island Nation

    HAVANA, CUBA - MARCH 23: A taxi seen as it drives through the streets on March 23, 2012 in Havana, Cuba. Fourteen years after Pope John Paul II visited Cuba, Pope Benedict is scheduled to arrive here March 26. Benedict will conduct a Mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first, followed by one in Havana before leaving March 28. Tensions are high in Cuba between some dissidents and the government as activists hope the international exposure from a papal visit will result in renewed attention to their struggle. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • Cuba's Capital Havana Prepares For Pope Benedict XVI Visit To The Island Nation

    HAVANA, CUBA - MARCH 26: An old car is seen in the streets on March 26, 2012 in Havana, Cuba. Pope Benedict, who will be arriving from Mexico, will conduct a mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first followed by a mass in Havana before leaving on the March 28.Tensions are high in Cuba between some dissidents and the government as activists hope the international exposure of the Papal visit will result in renewed attention to their struggle (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • CUBA-US-CUBAN FIVE

    A yellow ribbon is seen in El Morro of Havana as part of a campaign for the freedom of the Cuban 5, on September 12, 2013. Cuba has waged a long campaign to win the release of the so-called 'Cuban Five,' who were arrested in 1998 on charges of spying on US military installations in south Florida. AFP PHOTO/ADALBERTO ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

  • CUBA-RUSSIA-WARSHIPS

    A vintage US-made car passes by as Cubans wave at the 'Moskva' Russian guide missile cruiser arriving at Havana's harbour, on August 3, 2013. The vessel is part of a three-ship group in official visit to Cuba. AFP PHOTO/Adalberto ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

  • CUBA-MONCADA-60TH ANNIVERSARY

    A man rests in a car front the Moncada Barracks in Santiago de Cuba, on July 23, 2013. The Moncada Barracks was attacked by a group of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro on July 26, 1953, which is considered the beginning of the Cuban Revolution. On July 26, 2013 will be the 60th anniversary of the attack. AFP PHOTO/VALENTIN SANZ (Photo credit should read VALENTIN SANZ/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A car passes close to a Venezuelan war s

    A car passes close to a Venezuelan war ship docked in Havana on April 6, 2012. AFP PHOTO/FRANCISCO JARA (Photo credit should read Francisco JARA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A car passes close to Venezuela's traini

    A car passes close to Venezuela's training tall ship Simon Bolivar, docked in Havana on April 6, 2012. AFP PHOTO/FRANCISCO JARA (Photo credit should read Francisco JARA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Santiago De Cuba Returns To Daily Life After Visit Of Pope Benedict XVI

    SANTIAGO DE CUBA, CUBA - MARCH 27: A man is passed in the street by an older American car a day after Pope Benedict XVI held a historic mass in the city on March 27, 2012 in Santiago de Cuba. Fourteen years after Pope John Paul II visited Cuba, Pope Benedict is making his first trip to the communist country. Benedict, who arrived from Mexico, conducted a mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first followed by a mass in Havana before leaving on the 28th. Tensions are high in Cuba between dissidents and the government as activists hope the international exposure of the Papal visit will result in renewed attention to their struggle for greater freedoms. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

  • Cuba's Capital Havana Prepares For Pope Benedict XVI Visit To The Island Nation

    HAVANA, CUBA - MARCH 26: A car drives through the streets on March 26, 2012 in Havana, Cuba. Pope Benedict, who will be arriving from Mexico, will conduct a mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first followed by a mass in Havana before leaving on the March 28.Tensions are high in Cuba between some dissidents and the government as activists hope the international exposure of the Papal visit will result in renewed attention to their struggle (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • Cuba's Capital Havana Prepares For Pope Benedict XVI Visit To The Island Nation

    HAVANA, CUBA - MARCH 26: An old car is seen in the streets on March 26, 2012 in Havana, Cuba. Pope Benedict, who will be arriving from Mexico, will conduct a mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first followed by a mass in Havana before leaving on the March 28.Tensions are high in Cuba between some dissidents and the government as activists hope the international exposure of the Papal visit will result in renewed attention to their struggle (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • Cuba's Capital Havana Prepares For Pope Benedict XVI Visit To The Island Nation

    HAVANA, CUBA - MARCH 26: Cars drive through the streets on March 26, 2012 in Havana, Cuba. Pope Benedict, who will be arriving from Mexico, will conduct a mass in the city of Santiago de Cuba first followed by a mass in Havana before leaving on the March 28.Tensions are high in Cuba between some dissidents and the government as activists hope the international exposure of the Papal visit will result in renewed attention to their struggle (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

  • A vintage car and drives along a street

    A vintage car and drives along a street of Havana, on February 10, 2012. The 50-year-long U.S. embargo to Cuba subjected its people to incredible shortages, but also forced them to find ways to carry on, in which the sociologists call a 'survival culture'. AFP PHOTO/ADALBERTO ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A private car is parked on a street on S

    A private car is parked on a street on September 28, 2011 in Havana. Cuba authorized auto sales among individuals Wednesday, easing a 50-year-old ban that has helped make the communist-ruled island a living museum of vintage cars. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Private cars parked on a street on Septe

    Private cars parked on a street on September 28, 2011 in Havana. Cuba authorized auto sales among individuals Wednesday, easing a 50-year-old ban that has helped make the communist-ruled island a living museum of vintage cars. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A private car is parked on a street on S

    A private car is parked on a street on September 28, 2011 in Havana. Cuba authorized auto sales among individuals Wednesday, easing a 50-year-old ban that has helped make the communist-ruled island a living museum of vintage cars. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A car on sale is seen in a street of Hav

    A car on sale is seen in a street of Havana, on November 3, 2011. The Cuban government has approved a law allowing individuals to buy and sell homes for the first time in 50 years, the official newspaper Granma said on 3 November, 2011. The measure is part of a series of economic reforms aimed at reviving the economy of the communist-ruled island and easing a severe housing shortage. AFP PHOTO/STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Vintage cars at a street of Havana, on F

    Vintage cars at a street of Havana, on February 10, 2012. The 50-year-long U.S. embargo to Cuba subjected its people to incredible shortages, but also forced them to find ways to carry on, in which the sociologists call a 'survival culture'. AFP PHOTO/ADALBERTO ROQUE (Photo credit should read ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images)

  • A taxi goes along a road in El Cobre, 93

    A taxi goes along a road in El Cobre, 935 km southeast of Havana on March 24, 2012. Unlike his visit to Mexico, Pope Benedict XVI is coming to a decidedly not very Catholic Cuba this week, hoping to inspire believers and bring new faithful to the fold. The pope will visit Cuba March 26-28 to mark the 400th anniversary of Cuba's patroness, the Virgin of Charity of El Cobre, and will be giving mass in Santiago de Cuba and Havana. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA (Photo credit should read RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images)

  • FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2012 file photo, a man transports a new Chinese made refrigerator in the trunk of a old car in Havana, Cuba. Cuba has authorized individual imports of appliances such as air conditioners, refrigerators and microwave ovens, lifting a ban imposed in 2005 amid a wave of energy shortages and blackouts. Islanders can now bring up to two such appliances per person into the country for noncommercial purposes, according to a law enacted with its publication Monday, May 20, 2013 in the Official Gazette. The list of approved items includes air conditioners with a capacity of less than 1 ton, ovens that consume less than 1,500 watts and microwaves under 2,000 watts. It also covers things including water heaters, toasters and irons. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes, File)

  • A man repairs a classic American car that is used as a taxi in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012. Cuba formally authorized the creation of the first non-agricultural cooperatives on Tuesday, a measure expected to permit the growth of midsize businesses as part of President Raul Castro's plan to open the economy to some liberalization. More than 200 co-ops will be established during a trial period in sectors from transportation and construction to fishing and services, the Communist Party newspaper Granma said. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

  • In this Nov. 25, 2012 photo, a person takes pictures of chihuahua dogs in costume, from left, Petite, Legrand and Lentille, sitting on the hood of a classic American car at the Fall Canine Expo in Havana, Cuba. Hundreds of people from all over Cuba and several other countries came for the four-day competition to show off their shih tzus, beagles, schnauzers and cocker spaniels that are the annual Fall Canine Expo’s star attractions. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • A driver maneuvers his classic American car along a wet road as a wave crashes against the Malecon in Havana, Cuba, Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012. Hurricane Sandy blasted across eastern Cuba on Thursday as a potent Category 2 storm and headed for the Bahamas after causing at least two deaths in the Caribbean. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

  • A man waits for help next to his car partially submerged in a flooded street in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday Sept. 21, 2011. (AP Photo/Javier Galeano)