REDMG003The British Car Club of Charleston began in 1983 with a handful of young men and women and is now 225 members strong and growing steadily. We are proud to state that the average monthly meeting attendance is 35 to 40 members including an average of 8 to 10 women.

The British Car Club of Charleston is a group of enthusiasts, both men and women, dedicated to the preservation of British cars, many of which are no longer in production and are too quickly becoming extinct. (more…)

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March 2014 Windscreen

Let me clarify. Were it not for my friends, clients and those not yet indoctrinated, I would be unable to proceed. I would be, in fact, “lost,” and a history might never be preserved—that rich history of the British car.

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Windscreen December 2013

We started out early on Saturday morning all clean and ready to go. We were meeting my big Bentley cousin to drive from Mount Pleasant to the 18th hole at Kiawah Island’s River Course, I still don’t understand why I was squeaky clean! I am, after all, a hardy British sports car born and bred in the damp, cold, weather of England…

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British Car Day 2013


After the visit from hurricane Sandy last year, we were rewarded with a perfect day for our 29th annual British Car Day this year. Temperatures were mild, the sun shone, no wind to speak of, and a great crowd of admirers enjoyed the beautiful British motor vehicles on display. Judging by the responses, everyone had a wonderful time.

The festive atmosphere of the car show was heightened by the aromas emitting from the food tent, where Richie had pork butts on the smoker, along with hamburgers and hot dogs served up by Mike Branch, the Garrett High School body collision repair instructor and two of his students, along with Michelle Hartley and their daughters, Taylor and Samantha, who also pulled extra duty selling 50/50 raffle tickets. (more…)

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