What was your childhood car dream? On the corner of Hwy 17 and E Currahee next to the Gulf Gas Station
Miles Through Time
Was your desire to speed down the track in candy apple red Corvette Sting Ray?
Or maybe a Mustang GT500 is more your style?
Sean’s dream since he could remember was his Pop’s ’59 Cadillac Coup De Ville.
He never saw the car in the daylight growing up, it stayed safe, covered up in his Pop’s shop. Years after his Pop passed the Caddy still sat in the shop, it’s future unknown.
After a lot of heart, time and some needed cooperation from Sean’s dad Pop’s 59 made the long trip from the sunny west coast to her new home in the south.
Before the car made it off the transporter offers were made, pictures were taken and the love for this car was felt. Sean knew he couldn’t lock her up in the garage, he had to let her sing.
Fast forward dozens of car shows, impromptu photo shoots, magazine articles and an immense online following, Sean meets Larry and tells him about Pop’s 59 and about his dreams of sharing her, and more cars with automotive lovers everywhere.
This chance meeting between two car enthusiasts would change their lives, and make big changes to the old Ford dealership in Toccoa, GA.
The men had a vision and the spark to follow a dream. Immediately the daunting task of turning a 1940’s deserted dealership into a destination for car buffs, buyers and cruisers began. Within months the doors open.
MILES THROUGH TIME OPENS 14,000 SQ FT OF A CAR LOVER’S DREAM.
What was your childhood car dream?
On the corner of Hwy 17 and E Currahee next to the Gulf Gas Station