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Already a Must See Attraction in Las Vegas, The Dezer Collection Expands to a 25,000 Square Foot SpaceRenowned Miami Based Classic Car & Motorcycle Collector Michael Dezer's Sprawling Mecca in the Desert Features Popular Selections From His 600 Vehicle Collection -- Including Numerous Iconic Hollywood Rides (January 04, 2012)
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 01/04/12 -- Talk about fast and furious -- since opening in early 2011, The Dezer Collection (www.dezercollection.com) has quickly become a dynamic must see part of the ever happening retro and custom car culture in Las Vegas.
The expansive collection housed in Hot Rod City (www.hotrodcitylasvegas.com), the multi-faceted automotive Mecca located in a complex at 5115 Dean Martin Dr. (just West of I-15), has become so popular that it's now expanding from its initial 5,000 to a 25,000 square foot space.
Hot Rod City complex owner Michael Dezer, a very successful New York and Miami based real estate developer and renowned car and motorcycle collector, has been a classic car and scooter collector since the '70s. He is currently nearing completion of a 200,000 square foot museum in Sunny Isles, Florida (conveniently located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale) to showcase the original Dezer Collection, which displays over 600 of his vehicles.
The Dezer Collection of Las Vegas features some of the most popular vehicles in Dezer's extensive collection. Many of these are film and TV icons, including the "Beverly Hillbillies" jalopy, the Mercedes from "The Hangover," the "Back To The Future" DeLorean, KITT (the talking Trans Am from "Knight Rider," the Harley that Arnold Schwarzenegger rode in "The Terminator" films, the Dragula (Grandpa Munster's hot rod coffin on wheels), the "General Lee" Dodge Charger from "Dukes of Hazzard," the "Robocop" police car and tuner cars from the "Fast and the Furious" films.
Hot Rod City also houses a variety of automotive businesses: exotic and custom car/motorcycle sales & rentals, customizers, body shops, mechanics, paint shops, fabricators, car restorers, upholstery shops, etc. A limited number of spaces for automotive related businesses are currently available for lease. For further information, please contact: Jack Gedon at (702) 739-7434.
The honorary "Mayor of Hot Rod City" is veteran entertainment publicist and marketing expert Steve Levesque, a resident of Las Vegas who is also an avid car and motorcycle aficionado and collector. Levesque also runs the Hot Rod City Classic Car Dealership.
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