The Auto Collection At The LINQ Las Vegas

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The Auto Collection Las Vegas

Set at the top of the parking garage in an enclosed showroom, this vast collection of cars is both impressive and for sale. If you love cars you will have a very good time walking through this showroom. Make space on that phone because you will take a lot of photographs of this auto collection.

The LINQ Hotel and Casino Las Vegas
Located on the fifth floor of the parking structure

Hours of Operation at The Auto Collection Las Vegas
Open to the public seven days a week, from 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.

Cost of Admission to The Auto Collection Las Vegas
$8.95 for each adult, $5.00 for seniors and children 12 and under, with children under three admitted free with an adult.

See pictures of the Auto Collection at The LINQ

The collection is impressive and you'll roam the showroom with tiny fantasies slowly developing as you spot your favorite cars. I'll admit I'm not a big car guy but as I made my way around the showroom I soon felt like I needed a few of these classic cars. The display changes as cars are bought and sold on a daily basis. Every car on the showroom floor can be yours for the right price.

Some of my favorites at The Auto Collection include:

  • 1941 Dodge Military Power Wagon
  • 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Pininfarina Series II Cabriolet
  • 1941 Willys Military Jeep
  • 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Mayfair Special Roadster
  • 1957 Jaguar XKSS

Get more details on the Auto Collection at the LINQ

Interested in buying a car at the Auto Collection in Las Vegas? This is the official word:

"The Auto Collections are always seeking the finest in automotive examples for the display on the exhibition floor and are open to offers on those vehicles that are currently on display.

Inquiries regarding interest in purchasing a car in the Collection, or offering one car or an entire collection for sale should be directed to Rob Williams, General Manager at (702) 794-3174."

If you do a little research you should be able to find free tickets for the collections on the website. If you visit the collection with a car geek reserve a couple of hours at minimum because there are a lot of cars to see. The typical visitor might still spend at least an hour looking over the large collection.

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