on November 29, 2009
My husband and I have been to this several times this last time we went we took our daughter. Even being a 9 year old girl she was still impressed with some of the cars. There are so many cars that are rotated to be displayed then changed with something else. There are a few of the cars that are out every time we have gone. The last time we went there was a car that was owned by the pope. It was the car he used when visiting the United States. It was pretty cool to see the car and to see that even though he seemed exposed he was really not exposed to any danger as the entire car was bullet proof. I have to say that the most impressive car I have seen at this collection is the car that Bonnie and Clyde were in when they were shot and killed. The car was full of bullet holes. I want to say that the car was like swiss cheese full of holes. It was impressive to see the amount of bullet holes and to realize that there was not gonna be any one that walked away from this alive. The reason my husband and I like to do this is the price and the fact that its air conditioned. So on the hot days that Vegas always seems to have even in the winter we like to go to the car collection and veiw the cars and do it for free. Yes free. We have always been able to round up 2 or more free tickets to get into the car show. We have been lucky to see cars that were owned by people such as Elvis, JFK, Winston Churchhill and many other greats. We have also been able to see cars that were never meant to be. The first electric car, the first car that was a boat as well. This is a very neat place to visit and you really can go many times and never see all that the collection holds as it always changes.
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