The British Car Club of Charleston throws an annual show every October. I must admit, my tastes lean more toward Detroit iron, but today's show was local and the price was right.
Also, the overcast weather was a good opportunity to play around with some black & white photography. There was the usual nice selection of MG's, Austin Healeys, Jaguars and Triumphs.
What I really got a kick out of however was the old Vette parked just outside the viewing area. I've never been into Corvettes, but this 
56' was decked out in mottled primer, and dripping with attitude.
I've seen it around town over the past year and I like the fact that the owner seems to enjoy driving it as is. No trailer queen, this one.


1956 CHEVROLET CORVETTE, AUSTIN HEALEY, BRITISH CAR CLUB OF CHARLESTON, JAGUAR, MG, MGA, PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROB JOHNSON
BRITISH CAR CLUB DAY