The British Car Club of Charleston invites you to join in the festivities of our 34th Annual British Car Day at Palmetto Islands County Park, Mt. Pleasant, SC. The event is open to the public for admission cost to the park ($2pp). We invite all British cars, whether a member of the British Car Club of Charleston or not, to register for the event. We typically have a host of MG’s, Triumph’s, Austin Healey’s, Morgan’s, Aston Martins, Lotus’, Jaguars, Mini’s, Rolls Royce’s, Bentley’s and more. Registration includes admission to the park for two and an invitation to the Welcome Reception on the USS Yorktown. Register before October 11th and receive a BCD 2018 Tee shirt and be included in a $200 Moss Motors gift certificate drawing. It costs $2 per person to enter the facility. For British Car Day, entrants will receive […]
British Car Day 2017 in Charleston, SC, was held at Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park. Nearly 100 cars were in attendance, and a great time was had by all. The club was founded in 1983 and this was the 33rd annual British Car Day, and it won’t be the last. Thanks to Dave Rosato of the British Car Club for this aerial footage.
The British Car Club of Charleston invites you to Join in the festivities of our 33rd Annual British Car Day at Memorial Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant, SC. FRIDAY, October 27th Welcome Reception – 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm The Reception will be held at the host hotel, Quality Inn/Suites at 196 Patriots Point Rd in Mt. Pleasant. Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres and camaraderie. If you are pre-registered, you may pick up you Car Show material. If not, you may register at the reception. SATURDAY, October 28th 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”. Grounds open for registration at 9:00 am. Registration closes at 11:00am. Judging from 11:00 until 1:30 pm. (participants’ choice […]
The 32nd Annual British Car Day presented by the British Car Club of Charleston, SC, will be on Saturday, October 29th, at Mt. Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. We have several new items this year which we’ve incorporated into BCD to make the day more enjoyable for all: Sticky Fingers – We are very fortunate to have the food at our Welcome Reception donated by Sticky Fingers for which we are incredibly thankful! Bottles Beverage Superstore – We are very fortunate to have a wine tasting provided by Bottles at our Welcome reception. Airbrush on the Corner by Sandi – Caricaturist – will be on hand to draw a fun image of you. If you want to bring a picture of you and your car, she may be able to incorporate the car. Prices start at $20, and if you would […]
I regret that it has not been mentioned here before, but the College of Charleston has entered into a partnership with the HVA (Historic Vehicle Association) to develop a program “with the goal of developing an academic partner to teach and publish scholarly research on this dimension of historic preservation.” The College’s Historic Preservation & Community Planning Program began it’s partnership with HVA last year and will be hosting the President of HVA, Mark Gessler, on campus on September 26, 2016, for a lecture entitled “Why We Need a National Register for Automobiles Now.” This lecture is free and open to the public. The program is also hosting a conference at the Historic Vehicle Association Research Laboratory in Allentown, Pennsylvania, in October. That conference “Driving History – Putting Preservation on the Road” is the first international academic event of its kind known […]
The Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat (KIMR) has put out a call that they have space for a few more concours quality cars. The 2016 Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat rolls onto Kiawah Island April 15-17, 2016. Located at the entrance to the famed Ocean Course, this celebration of outstanding automobiles features an entire weekend of events. More than one hundred unique and rare Concours cars will compete for the Best of Show trophy and other awards on Sunday, April 17. Collectors are encouraged to submit entries at www.kiawahconcours.com. There is no application fee, but all entries are subject to a selection process.
The British Car Club of Charleston will be holding its 31st Annual British Car Day at Memorial Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant, SC, just over the bridge from downtown Charleston. In addition to the British car show itself, of course there is the beauty of the water front park to enjoy. Sunday – October 25, 2015 British Car Show – Let’s show off all those great British cars we have acquired and love to share. You are guaranteed to have enthusiastic admirers. The show is open to all British beauties, not just show quality cars, but also diamonds in the rough. And if it is ugly, not beautiful? Bring it on too. For more information, please check out the website of The British Car Club of Charleston.
October 25th is the day. The British Car club of Charleston will host our 31st British Car Day at the beautiful Mt. Pleasant Waterfront Park on Sunday, October 25th, starting at 9:00am. There will the amazing silent auction tent, food on the grille, plenty of fun stuff and lots of great cars. The family can enjoy the pier at the park and views of the Charleston harbor. For those of you who don’t know, this is my home club, and the club I founded over thirty years ago with a great group of friends. So, yes, this event is special. I will be there, of course, with “Catherine” my 1966 Vanden Plas Princess 1100. Well, and maybe my 1978 Triumph Spitfire. Also, since the rains in South Carolina delayed the Grand Strand British Car Show up in Myrtle Beach to […]
From the Post & Courier in Charleston, SC. … Call this the poignant story of a local car buff’s prized 1977 roadster and the uplifting events that would follow in the past year. Eugene D. Foxworth III, a Marine veteran and a stockbroker for 25 years, died in December 2013 at age 58. Known as Foxy, his possessions included a Damask Red MGB considered in good condition and running well after an HS4 carb conversion. His wife, Cantey Foxworth, at one point last year advertised the soft-top for sale before agreeing to donate the MGB for a British Car Club of Charleston fundraiser. A drawing raised $5,000 for new tools for students at a Charleston County technical high school’s automotive classes. “It’s nice to do something like this, that makes a difference,” said Wray Lemke, a British Car Club of […]
The British Car Club of Charleston will be holding its 30th Annual British Car Day at Memorial Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant, SC, just over the bridge from downtown Charleston. Wow, 30 years! And by the way, yes. I was there at the first of these shows nearly 30 years ago. In fact I was the organizer of that first show, and that show was held at Charles Towne Landing. But let’s not dwell on my age, instead go enjoy the beautiful cars. In addition to the British car show itself, of course there is the beauty of the water front park to enjoy. SATURDAY – October 25, 2014 British Car Show – Let’s show off all those great British cars we have acquired and love to share. You are guaranteed to have enthusiastic admirers. The show is open to all British beauties, not just […]
The British Car Club of Charleston invites you to join in the festivities of our 29th 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. In addition to the British car show itself, of course there is the beauty of the water front park to enjoy. FRIDAY – October 25th Welcome Reception – Harbor Breeze Restaurant 176 Patriots Point, Mt. Pleasant 6- 9pm. Those who have pre-registered for the British car show are welcome to pick up their packets, or you may register at this time. SATURDAY – October 26th British Car Show – […]