Because Celine Dion proved even the old and beaten up can succeed in Vegas so long as they have celebrity, here comes Hot Rod City, blessing the desert with some of film & television's most iconic whips from the past. Each one is owned by a single collector, who found his 250k sqft museum in Miami could no longer contain his surely enormous hubris, because you need an excuse to hate anyone this loaded rides, meaning now you can ogle:
The '69 Dodge Charger that served as the General Lee in the Dukes of Hazzard
Arnold's Harley Fatboy from T2, apparently not the only hogs he was riding at the time (ohhh burn!)
A '21 Oldsmobile jalopy from the Beverly Hillbillies
RoboCop's police car, about the only time you'll ever care about a '93 Taurus
Ecto-1, the '59 Cadillac Miller-Meteor used during the filming of Ghostbusters
The Dragula, which digs through the ditches and burns through the witches was Grandpa Munster's hot rod coffin
A '73 Daytona from Miami Vice
The Flintmobile from The Flintstones, which'll finally allow Kurtis Blow to fulfill his dream of pointing to his feet while singing the refrain from "The Breaks"
In addition to the massive collection, HRC's also a marketplace for all things automotive, housing custom paint specialists, mechanics, restoration experts, and even a shop for renting exotic cars, the only thing that's more proven than the dulcet voice of an angel to compensate for being old and beaten up.
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