On April 18, 2020, Cars on Kiawah will host its fifth annual display of over 250 of the region’s most outstanding automobiles, in the scenic location of Ocean Park on Kiawah Island. The show promises to be exceptional with an incredible Spotlight display of Porsche’s iconic 356 model, our Featured Collector display and the popular Kids display! The show field will highlight the history and evolution of the automobile with cars displayed by country of origin. Interested clubs and individual enthusiasts are encouraged to register cars early as the field fills quickly.
On May 4, 2019, Cars on Kiawah will host its fourth annual display of over 250 of the region’s most outstanding automobiles, in the scenic location of Ocean Park on Kiawah Island.
Our video this week comes from a show local to me – the Cars at Kiawah show. This is a great show of about 300 cars with mixed marques, mixed ages, and mixed types. This past year Dennis Gage from “My Classic Car TV” came out and covered the show. Of particular interest to our readers will be the first vehicle featured, a 1954 Austin Champ. You may be familiar with the smaller Austin Gypsy, but how many of you have seen a Champ?
Cars on Kiawah is an annual celebration of the region’s finest automobiles displayed in the lush Lowcountry setting of Ocean Park on Kiawah Island. The 2018 Cars on Kiawah will take place on Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m. –3 p.m. with a display of over 200 of the region’s top club and collector cars. There will be a special display of race cars. Exhibitors must register in advance. This year the Cars on Kiawah auto show will continue to host its category for the best female-owned car. To read more about that category and its history, please check out this article.
Over 200 exceptional automobiles owned by collectors throughout the Southeast, will be showcased at the 2017 Cars on Kiawah on Saturday, May 6 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the unparalleled setting of Kiawah’s scenic Ocean Park. This premier car show is open to the public and admission is free. Major sponsors of the event include the Town of Kiawah Island, Kiawah Island Real Estate, the Kiawah Island Golf Resort and the Kiawah Island Community Association. The well-rounded display will offer a thorough history of the automobile with exquisite examples of powerful engineering and meticulous craftsmanship. As Master of Ceremonies, local celebrity Tom Crawford of ABC New 4’s Lowcountry Live will dive into the intriguing stories behind many of the displayed cars, as he interviews owners throughout the afternoon. Of note this year is “a great display of local “rat rods,” […]
Collectors and enthusiasts are invited to enjoy spring in the Low country, as the 2016 Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat (KIMR) 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. The highlight is the Sunday judged Concours featuring world-class domestic and foreign classic and antique automobiles. Executive Director of the Concours is Paul Ianuario, Chief Judge is Dave Olimpi, and Ken Gross is serving as Honorary Chair. All of these folks are well known in collector circles for their scope and breadth of experience as judges at major events, authors and museum curators. 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 […]
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.