The Miami Auto Museum at the Dezer Collection is a privately-owned museum in North Miami that exhibits automobiles and related memorabilia collected by Michael Dezer.
The Museum is housed in two large warehouse buildings, one for the Hollywood Collection, the other for the Classic Car Collection. The Hollywood Collection displays cars and vehicles used in movies or by the stars, among them a collection of James Bond cars and Batman cars. The other collection shows classic American and European cars, micro-cars, military vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, bicycles, and various related memorabilia. The exhibition areas exceeds 250,000 square feet and display more than 1,000 vehicles.
Cars included in the collection are the 1948 Ford from Grease, the 1959 Cadillac from Ghostbusters (a replica), the 1981 DeLorean from Back to the Future, an original Batmobile, the Land Rover from Skyfall, and a T-55 Soviet tank from GoldenEye.
The collection was started by Micheal Dezer, an Israeli-born real estate developer, after he got a Vespa scooter at the age of 16. The museum evolved from the holding place for his collection and was opened in 2012. It incorporated the Cars of the Stars Motor Museum purchased from England.