I had a friend who was diagnosed with colon cancer two yeas ago. I was the one who took care of him (his family was in Afric...
Unless there are constitutional, statutory, or treaty provisions to the contrary, aliens may generally acquire, hold, and convey personal property in the same manner as citizens.
We know of no Pennsylvania statute prohibiting someone who is not a United States citizen from owning an automobile in Pennsylvania.
As far as your keeping the car rather than transferring it to your friend’s brother, unless your friend had a valid will with a provision directing you to hold the vehicle in trust for his brother and convey actual title to him at a later time, the car belongs unconditionally to you. We are assuming that title to the car was properly transferred to you by your friend prior to his death.