Wheels of Yesteryear
Immediately after being opened in September 2009, Wheels of Yesteryear became an instant tourist attraction in Myrtle Beach area. The car museum is a collection of over 100 American trucks and muscle cars. The unique car collection has been ongoing for over 40 years, making the museum one of the most heavily booked tourist attractions in Myrtle Beach.
Paul Cummings and his longtime wife Carol are behind the Wheels of Yesteryear, showcasing their vast collection of American beasts over the years. Even more impressive is the owners' desire to increase unique cars over the years. For instance, 2019 additions include a 1980 Trans Am, a 1962 Chevrolet 409, and Chevy Cosworth Vega.
Although the cars are not for sale, you can benefit from a host of other car-relevant merchandise. Wheels of Yesteryear sell their own merch, especially unique t-shirts, metal signs, and die-cast cars—you can leave with valuable goodies despite the inability to purchase the antique cars.
Unlike most tourist attractions in Myrtle Beach, Wheels of Yesteryear has direct and fairly cheap price plans. Adults pay $10.50, kids $7.35 while children under five are allowed to enter at no cost. If you are planning to visit as a group, even better, Wheels of Yesteryear have special rates for pre-arranged group visits of 15 people or more.
Some unique rides you can expect to view are such as the 1955 Dodge Stepside Pickup, 1969 Buick Wildcat, an official muscle car, and the 1971 Plymouth Xuda convertible. Car lovers are sure to be entertained once they visit this unique car museum.
If you plan on visiting, be sure to sign in the guest registry. Also, be aware that the museum is open from 10 am to 6.00 pm every Sunday to Saturday.
It will take you 25 minutes to drive the 23.7 miles to get to Wheels of Yesteryear from Plantation Shutter Pros Inc. via SC-707 N and SC-31 N.