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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30th Annual British Car Day 2014 – Mark Your Calendars!

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The British Car Club of Charleston invites you to join in the festivities of our 30th Annual British Car Day at Memorial Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant, SC. As we have for the past several years, this year’s show will benefit the Garrett Academy’s Auto Collision Body Shop. Benefits from the food tent and silent auction tent will help Mike Branch and the students with much needed supplies and tools for the class.

FRIDAY – October 24th
Welcome Reception – USS Yorktown, on the fantail, starting at 5:00pm. Those who pre-registered are welcome to pick up their packets, or you may register at this time.

SATURDAY – October 25th
British Car Show – Let’s show off those British Beauties we’ve acquired and love to share. Guaranteed to have enthusiastic admirers! Enjoying all Brit beauties, not just “show” Quality cars, but also “Diamonds in the rough”.

Click here for on-line registration, Click here for mail-in registrationClick here for Google Map

Click here for the 30th Annual Schedule of Events, Click here for 30th Annual Reception Schedule


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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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