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Hollywood Cars Museum, Las Vegas

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Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Hot Rod City Las Vegas and Michael Dezer, announce the grand opening of the new Hollywood Car Museum by Jay Ohrberg.

The recent partnering of Michael Dezer, one of the world’s foremost car collectors, and legendary custom car builder, Jay Ohrberg has resulted in a 25000 sq. ft. museum that houses vehicles that have appeared in more than 100 films, TV shows and videos.

The museum is now home to 5 James bond vehicles including the Lotus Esprit Submarine Car driven by Roger Moore in the 1977 film, The Spy Who Loved Me, bat mobiles from both TV and film adaptations, Doc Hudson’s hornet from the animated Pixar film, Cars, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang from the movie of the same name, the back to the future Delorean, the Knight Rider pursuit car (1 of 2 in the world,) the bullet ridden car from the newest green hornet movie, Herbie the Love Bug, Bonnie and Clyde’s death car from the movie, and vehicles from the first Fast and Furious series,(including one that was driven by the late Paul Walker).

Visitors can also see cars from TV shows such as, The A Team, Hardcastle and McCormick, Starsky and Hutch’s Grand Torino, the coffin dragster from the Munsters, and the General Lee from Dukes of Hazards.

Jay Ohrberg has created tributes to three Flintstone cars including Fred’s family car, Fred’s sports car and Barneys log car.

There are also tributes to SpongeBob Squarepants, the master tow truck from the animated movie Cars, Bugs Bunny the Rabbit Car and Tasmanian Devil Car.

Wild masterpieces from beyond the realm of Hollywood and our imaginations include a bunk bed hotrod, the Red Baron, a piano car, surfbuggie car, and the 40 foot pink hot tub limo.

This year jay Ohrberg will build a new record breaking limo from a late model Rolls Royce that will reach a length of 110 feet. This will break Jay’s former Guinness world record of 100 foot limo that held 72 people, had two motors, a pool and Jacuzzi, 26 wheels, and required two drivers (one in front and one in back). Unfortunately this former record holding limo was damaged and destroyed while being shipped so Jay has decided to create a new one.

Visitors may have the opportunity to actually see this new limo being built, along with other creations in the glass enclosed workshop.

In 2015, the Canadian cable network, Drive TV will begin filming its new reality show called Hollywood Jay, chronicling Ohrberg’ s work and inspirations at the Hollywood car museum.

In addition to creating some of the most famous and spectacular vehicles for the small and large screens, Jay Ohrberg has earned the title, “The King of Show Cars” for his abilities as an experimental builder and imaginative designer of specialty show cars. He is also a preeminent collector of the cars that inspired him in his career.

Jay’s collection features some of the most recognizable and unique cars used in the entertainment industry. In addition to designing and building the vehicles featured in Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, Knight Rider and Back to the Future, his many creations include Robocop cars, and TV commercial cars such as Taco Bell.

Ohrberg’s vehicles have been displayed in more than thirty countries around the world.

Coverage of Hollywood Jay’s remarkable career include the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, seven guest appearances on the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, and many appearances on the Super Dave TV Show. He has been featured on PM Magazine, Entertainment Tonight, Superchargers, and Wild about Wheels.

Jay Ohrberg has worked as a Hollywood stuntman, been a member of the Screen Actors Guild, appeared in four episodes of Knight Rider, and has been a race car driver and race car technical advisor.

“Throughout my career as a car builder and collector, I have always wanted to create a museum to showcase my work,” Ohrberg says. “So to be involved with Michael Dezer on this extraordinary venture is a dream come true. I’m excited not only to share with the public the vehicles I created in the past, but also about having a dedicated space to engage on a daily basis my lifelong passion of building custom cars.”

Hollywood Car Museum

Open 7 days a week

5115 Dean Martin Dr.

Las Vegas, NV 89118

760-809-0902 702-331-6400

Jayohrberg.com

huntersint@yahoo.com

Hot Rod City

Hotrodcitylasvegas.com

Dezercollection.com
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  • This place is very very cool. There are famous cars Infamous cars cars of cars and unique cars. We had a fantastic time here taking pictures of all of the very nice cars would have been nice to be...  more »
  • So I got to enter the Hollywood Car Museum as part of the price I paid for the Liberace Collection Tour as this museum also houses the Liberace Garage. Tom met me as I entered and gave me the run...  more »
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  • This place is so nice! I was able to enjoy the cars displayed with their own stories. The vintage cars was so adorable that I even dream of having those as my bridal car in times I get married! I was able to see as well the vintage cars in different colors which I loved most. I would loved to visit and see this cars again.
  • Unique cars you won't see anywhere else. Some are replicas but done well! Cool stuff. We used a groupon and got a soda and a pair of glasses for $12. Good place for a car movie buff!

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