Vegas Seven recognized the Auto Collection as the “Best Piece of Vegas Auto History.” The collection, located on the property’s fifth floor, showcases a unique museum filled with 250 vehicles from different time eras and places all over the world. “They’ve got some magnificent pieces in there. They keep the collection flawless,” adds Vegas Seven’s guest expert, Danny Koker.
The Auto Collections
Located on the 5th Floor
of the garage
THE AUTO COLLECTIONS
About The Auto Collections
One of the most unusual things to do in Las Vegas is The Auto Collections at The Quad Resort & Casino, an attraction that combines the thrills of an exotic car museum with the opportunity to actually buy some of the most unique and eclectic automobiles in the world.
This is “history on wheels,” a living, breathing car showroom featuring over 250 antique, muscle, famous and historically significant cars, as well as special interest vehicles, worth over $100 million. And now you can hear all of the unique stories behind some of these vehicles through a complimentary audio guide!
The Auto Collections showroom is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, the inventory can also be viewed online. For more information please call (702) 794-3174 or email email@example.com.
Why You'll Love It
250 classic cars
All for sale
"History" on wheels
Open daily for your viewing pleasure
"Collectively billed as the "world's largest classic car showroom," the 250 antique, classic, and special-interest vehicles inside (The Quad's) "Auto Collections" exhibit will keep gearheads entertained for hours. All the vehicles on the lot are for sale, so the collection is constantly changing. But at any given time you might see "famous" cars, like the Trans Am that acted as the pace car at the 1983 Daytona 500, or cars that once belonged to famous people, like the '39 Chrysler the late Johnny Carson rode in to his senior prom. Many of the cars are just vintage rides: a supercharged '57 T-Bird, or the immaculate '29 Rolls-Royce Springfield Phantom I straight out of The Great Gatsby."