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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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The 77 MGB Giveaway!!

This Friday morning, around 9:00am, we will have one of Mike Branch’s Garrett Auto Body students draw the winning ticket for the 77 MGB that was so graciously donated by the Foxworth family in honor of Gene Foxworth.

77 mgb at the Show

All BCCC members are welcome and encouraged to come, we’ve been working on this a long time.

Thanks to all the BCCC members and friends who bought tickets and a special thanks to the folks on the MG Experience website (http://www.mgexp.com), who bought 80 tickets. We could not have done this without their support.

Check the post on the Event list on the right side of the front page for directions.

The tension is mounting….

And the winner is……..

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Dr. Tom’s Drive to History

On May 2 the BCCC is proud to host a “Drive to History” where noted author, Dr. Tom Horton, will give two short talks. We will drive up to Quinby Bridge for the first one. This will touch on the history of the Revolutionary War battle between the British and the forces of Sumter, Moutrie and Lee.
Quinby Bridge

We’ll then motor over to St.Thomas and St.Denis church, near Cainhoy, where Tom will talk about the 1876 fight between Hampton’s Red Shirts and rioting freedmen that occurred there.

St. Denis & St. Thomas Church

It’s just a short a drive from there over to the Cainhoy Cooking Depot for lunch, and they are expecting our crowd. Millie Horton will call ahead with a group count for them.

It will be a fascinating morning of driving the nice back roads and seeing firsthand some of South Carolina’s wonderful history topped off by a great lunch. Tom Horton is a gifted speaker and professor and a real joy to be around and you will not be disappointed, that’s a promise. If you love lowcountry history, this drive is not to be missed.

Anyone who is interested is welcome to join us, this is not limited to BCCC club members.

We will leave the Coleman Blvd garage at 9:00am Saturday morning, May 2.

We look forward to a very interesting event!

Additional information is in the Event link on the right side of this page.
Tom Horton

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Bob Lane

The Lanes1The British Car Club of Charleston lost a wonderful friend with the passing of Bob Lane last Wednesday. Bob had a real love for the cars and hobby and the people that shared his enthusiasm. He and his lovely wife Jackie opened their home many times to host club events and let all of us enjoy the fellowship of their company and each other.

A delighful, elegant and gracious gentleman, Bob will be very much missed. We wish all the best to his family and thank them for sharing Bob with us.

Bob and Jackie Lane

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