Posted by: Mark Polk | 2014

Wheels of Yesteryear Car Museum – Myrtle Beach SC

Wheels of Yesteryear Car MuseumIf you’re a muscle car  enthusiast, especially Mopar, and you go to Myrtle Beach SC you need to make a point of visiting the Wheels of Yesteryear car museum.

Cars on Display

The museum, located off of highway 501 between the Tanger Oulet Mall and the Myrtle Beach Speedway, showcases one of the Southeasts most impressive collections of Americam-made automobiles.  It consists of cars and trucks owned and restored by car enthusiast Paul Cummings, many of which Paul raced during his racing days. The museum houses about one-third of Paul’s collection so each January vehicles are rotated to display the many different cars and trucks.

If you are a Mopar fan like me you may never see more Hemi-powered cars in one building during your lifetime. Paul told me he was and still is an avid GM enthusiast, but during his racing days he only saw the back end of Mopars so he made the switch.

69 Charger Daytona

The museum also has the one-and-only 69 Dodge Daytona Charger used in the hit comedy movie “The Adventures of Joe Dirt” If you ever get to Myrtle Beach SC stop in and check Paul’s collection out. It’s well worth the time.

Mark Polk

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