Las Vegas, Nevada – Hot Rod City, a multi-faceted automotive museum and showroom, has opened in Las Vegas. The “automotive Mecca” was created by Miami-based car and motorcycle collector Michael Dezer and includes several famous hot rods and movie cars.
A classic car and scooter collector since the 1970s, Dezer owns hundreds of vehicles and thousands of pieces of memorabilia, many of them on permanent display at his facility in Florida.
The Las Vegas museum, near the Vegas Strip off Tropicana Avenue and 5115 Dean Martin Drive, features such vehicles as the jalopy from the Beverly Hillbillies, a Mercedes-Benz from the film The Hangover, the Harley-Davidson that Arnold Schwarzenegger rode in The Terminator, the Dragula hot rod coffin from The Munsters, the General Lee from The Dukes of Hazzard, and the Robocop police car. Hot Rod City also houses a variety of automotive-related businesses include car and motorcycle sales and rentals, body shops, customizers, paint shops, and restorers.
For more information, visit Dezer Collection.