LAS VEGAS (AP) — A gambler's chance to win big and buy a luxury Ferrari or Maserati without ever leaving the Wynn Las Vegas resort-casino is speeding away.
A Wynn Las Vegas spokesman confirmed the Penske-Wynn Ferrari dealership that opened with the casino 10 years ago will close before year's end.
Wynn spokesman Michael Weaver says both sides opted not to renew the five-year lease.
The only authorized Ferrari dealer in Nevada attracts gawkers who pay $10 each just to look at the cars.
Weaver says Wynn expects to replace the dealership with something "unique and special."
Anthony Pordon with Penske Automotive Group says the dealership hopes to move somewhere else. He says the location has been a great place to sell and service cars but the dealership might get more foot traffic in an auto mall.