Four-hour tour stops by one-of-a-kind collections of vintage cars, motorcycles, and hot rods
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What You'll Get
- $60 for a Car Lover’s VIP Tour for one ($70 value)
During the approximately three-hour tour, guests make five stops at the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, Count Kustom’s, the Shelby Car Factory & Museum, the car customization shop Welder Up well known from the Discovery Channel show “Vegas Rat Rods,” and Las Vegas Harley Davidson to see some of Las Vegas’s one-of-a-kind car and motorcycle collections. Depending on availability, tours can stop for a meet and greet at Count Kustom’s with stars of the television series “Counting Cars”. Tours are available Monday through Thursday, with pick-up available at the Tropicana, Treasure Island, or Circus Circus.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 8 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Reservation required, recommended to call 48hr in advance; subject to availability (call between 9am and 5pm Pacific Time). 24 hour cancellation notice required. Must sign waiver. Meet and greet the stars is depending on availability. Tour runs Mon- Thurs. Pick-up included from Tropicana, Treasure Island, or Circus Circus on the Las Vegas Strip. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Annie Bananie Tours
The glitz and glamor of Sin City can be blinding. Luckily, the savvy guides at Annie Bananie Tours are ready to serve as metaphorical sunglasses for visitors to Las Vegas. Using their insider knowledge and their relationships with many iconic Vegas personalities, the team can show a side of the city that's often hidden from out-of-towners. On the Car Lover's VIP Tour, guests get to check out the Shelby Museum and Harley Davidson showroom, where they can get up close and personal with a one-of-a-kind car and motorcycle collection. Other excursions visit additional reality television sites, including the bartering and bargaining grounds of Pawn Stars, Counts Kustoms from Counting Cars, Vegas Rat Rods from Welder Up, and the locations of American Restoration and Tanked. And it's not just downtown that gets the Annie Bananie treatment—staffers also lead bus tours into natural wonders such as the Mojave Desert and the Valley of Fire.