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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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Christmas Parade

Melvin with xtra pulling powerThe Mt. Pleasant Christmas Parade is coming up on Dec 14th. The Club has been in this parade for years and we have big fun doing it. We meet at the Coleman Blvd garage, have a chili/etc supper, and decorate cars. For full information, check the event tag on the right of this page.

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Cotton Gin Run and Fly-In

Valentine's Cotton GinThe Cotton Run on the 15th was a lot of fun. The club went up picturesque Hwy 61 to Cope and had a grand tour of the Valentine’s Cotton Gin, along with a great visit to the general store, where we were treated to 5 cent Cokes and a lot of history. Lunch at Miller’s Breadbasket was a treat with Miller regaling us with his vision of building a 2/3 replica of Noah’s Ark.

The next day the Club attended the South Carolina Breakfast Club Fly-In at Mt. Pleasant Regional. It was a brisk day and rainy so not as many aircraft as usual but several nice ones including an intrepid pilot of this Stearman. Notice the open cockpit, a real flyer, indeed. We had a great breakfast and listened to the meeting, plenty of laughs from the flying Club’s president Gerald’s welcome. It’s always a fun morning at the Fly-In. Special thanks to Gordon Hill and Paul Palmer for starting this tradition.
Stearman 001a

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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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