After i heard that Dezer was connected to Hot Rod City I was looking forward to visiting here after my excellent visit to his museums in Miami. Boy was I disappointed.
First problem, I saw the Hot Rod City sign and went to turn but realized that I was turning into the parking lot for another business. I then took the second entrance but neither the business on the left nor the right looked like a museum. The museum is actually in a building (one of several) in the back that I only recognized due to the cars for sale outside.
Second problem, I go inside and the lady informs me that she can't check us in because the guy who works there isn't there right now and locked things up. She tells me to pay on the way out.
Third problem, she informs me that their air conditioner is broken. Great because this is Las Vegas and the temp is approaching the mid 90s.
My wife and I check out a few cars and scooters in front and then decide to head into the other larger room of the museum. I open the chain and my wife and I go into the museum.
Fourth problem, right after we go into the museum a guy who works there quickly approaches us and asks in a somewhat accusatory tone if we paid admission fees because only people who paid were supposed to be back there. I was somewhat surprised by his tone and I explained how we tried to pay but were told to pay on the way out by the lady who works there. He then changed his tone, mumbled something about her not wanting to do her job, and said it was OK to pay on the way out.
The fifth problem, and the biggest problem, was the collection itself. It's just not worth it. The museum cost is $15. The collection itself is rather small. If you look at the pictures from the previous review you will see the highlights of the collection. Other than that, there were a half dozen cars for sale out front, some tiny cars (which Mr Dezer seems to love to collect), some Vespa scooters, a few ordinary cars and about a dozen project cars (they were filthy and tightly parked together so you couldn't even look at them).