Amazing that one can still stumble upon these forgotten (rusted) sentinels in a booming community like Mount Pleasant, SC.
Just a block off the busy main drag of Coleman Boulevard sits this 1951 Chevrolet in an overgrown lot. Tantalizingly close, but surrounded by chain link
fence and rusted padlock are an assortment of mouldering boat hulls, trailers and an old Mercedes. I'm identifying this as a Styleline based on
the tail lamps and trunk badge but could be wrong. Far past the point of restoration, it's strong Chevy styling is unmistakable to the end.


1951 CHEVROLET STYLELINE, MOUNT PLEASANT, SC. PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROB JOHNSON
POINT OF NO RETURN