After reading the two mixed reviews on this, I didn't know what to expect. It is not on the strip, which is great. It is in an industrial area. I allowed my GPS to guide me and found the place pretty easily. The advertised hours, according to the PowerPass, is 9:00am-5:00pm. My friend and I got there at 9 just to find a sign on the door showing they open at 10:00am. We had to find something else to do for an hour. This is also why I reduced their overall rating. There were a few vehicles out front for sale. Hey he's trying to run a business as well, can't fault him for that. Once inside, the gentlemen processed our Powerpass, and explained what was where.The front area has restored vehicles that are classics and cost a pretty penny. The vehicles are really nice. I was intrigued by them. The back area is the museum. I loved the museum. The replica of the Beverly Hillbillies vehicle was hilarious. I took pictures with the General Lee from the Dukes of Hazard. I also took a picture inside a replica of Fred Flintstone's vehicle. That was a great replica as well. They had a nice variety of vehicles from a lot of difference shows.They had a lot of motor scooters as well. I enjoyed myself and stayed there for almost an hour because I was reading all the informational plaques about the vehicles. I would definitely recommend this because they've done such a nice job with the vehicles.
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