The Cars of the Imperial Palace, Las Vegas

 

Profiling The Auto Collection

Michael Schlee

 

For those of you car guys/gals heading down to Sin City this year, there is a detour that is well worth your time. It is a sort of automotive dreamland. With $100 million worth of the rarest, special, sought after and famous vehicles on the planet, it is an automotive nirvana.

1948 Porsche Waibel Custom Sports Cabriolet Prototype

1948 Porsche Waibel Custom Sports Cabriolet Prototype

Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, ‘The Auto Collection’ is part museum and part showroom to some of the best vehicles in history.

 

It isn’t just the value or size of the display that is amazing; it is also the diverseness of the collection. Want to see antiques and classics? Are movie cars your thing? How about muscle cars? Or maybe you like race cars?  They are all here.

 

Since most of the vehicles are for sale (some upwards of $12,000,000) it is best to leave the check book at home as I am sure you find the vehicle of your dreams here. Lucky for me the 1994 Jaguar XJ220 is not for sale, otherwise I would be asking work for a $10,000,000 raise.

 

The inventory is constantly changing and new cars have been added and older ones taken away since my visit.  Check out the vehicles I saw below.

 

 

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One Response to The Cars of the Imperial Palace, Las Vegas

  1. Adelaide says:

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