SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Now, most normal people would take this as an opportunity to check out an epic entertainment show, or take their chances in one of the casinos. I, however, am not a normal person. I'm not much of a partier, I hate losing money, and smoky casinos give me a headache.
I love cars, though. And in addition to the largest automotive aftermarket trade show, Vegas is the home of a well-known auto museum. Once we had seen all there was to see at SEMA, we headed down the Strip to the Imperial Palace, and the famous 125,000 sq-ft showroom known as The Auto Collections.
There were also several beautiful Ferraris, a 1951 Talbot-Lago that looked more like a piece of art than a car, and a 1939 Horch. Horch? Yeah, Horch.
If you go to The Auto Collections at the Imperial Palace, the display may be different when you get there. That's because in addition to being an auto museum, most of the cars there are for sale. But you're in luck, because you can see every car that they have on display right now. Just check out my slideshow below, or click this link for a better version.