Get an insider's look at a Las Vegas location featured on a popular television show -- Count Kustoms -- as well as The Shelby Museum and The Goldstrom's Private Car and Memorabilia Collection.
Your first stop is at chopper and hot rod dealer Count Kustoms, home of the History Channel's hit television show "Counting Cars." This one-stop shop for in-house paint, upholstery, frame-up builds and service is owned by Danny Koker, a recurring expert on "Pawn Stars." The shop has also been featured on MTV and VH-1.
The Shelby Museum is a one-of-a-kind showcase for the man and machines that revolutionized racing in America. The famed collection, known as The Shelby American Collection, represents the rich race heritage of Shelby American and has on display some of the most famous Shelby American cars ever. This tour encompasses interactive displays, exhibits of historic and current Shelby cars, a museum gift shop and library.
Your tour continues with a stop at The Goldstrom's Private Car and Memorabilia Collection, which contains more than 160 working vintage cars, dating back to Ford Model T's, and just about everything else, from signed memorabilia to antique telephones. You will see old jail locks with giant keys, a check for $925 signed by Thomas Edison, a 1955 Chevrolet with a 1,600-horsepower engine, unopened Cabbage Patch Kids, the second gas-powered Maytag washing machine sold in Nevada, a piece of the Hindenburg and much more.
Your final stop is the non-traditional car customization shop Welder Up, home of the Discovery Channel television show "Vegas Rat Rods." Owner Steve Darnell designs award-winning rat rods which have earned the attention of national publications including Hot Rod Magazine, Diesel World Magazine and Rat Rod Magazine.
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