-Lowcountry Mopars will hold its "First Sunday" Cruise 1:30-4 p.m. at Hoover Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram, 195 Mary Meade Drive in Summerville. Planned is an historic "100 Years of Dodge" exhibit featuring 14 vintage Dodge vehicles dating to 1914. All are invited whether they drive a Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge or other type of Pentastar vehicle.
July 30-Aug. 2
-The 2014 AMO International Convention will be held at InnPlace Hotel & Conference Center in North Charleston. The event, hosted by Carolina AMC, will celebrate 60 years of AMC. Brands include Nash, Hudson, Rambler, AMC, Jeep, Renault and Eagle. Hundreds of AMC-related cars are expected. For the latest, visit www.carolinaamc.com
or call 864-354-3528.
-A classic car show and BBQ will be held 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at St. Andrew's Parish United Methodist Church, 3225 Ashley River Road in Charleston. The event is hosted by the Men's Club of St. Andrew's Parish United Methodist. Car registration is $10. Questions? Call 843-766-1080.
-The first H.L. Hunley Memorial Car Show will be 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Dorchester Shrine Club, 2150 Beech Hill Road in Summerville. Pre-registration is $20; registration, which is $25, starts at 8:30 a.m. Awards are years 1939 and prior, '40-'49, '50-'59, '60-'69, '70-'79, '80-'89 and '90-'99; People's Choice; furthest; foreign; custom; hot rod and original. Contact TimBo, 843-300-5589; Mark, 843-514-2174; or email@example.com.
Send car show information to Car Show Calendar, The Post and Courier, 134 Columbus St., Charleston, SC, 29403, fax it to 843-937-5778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Notices on events in the greater Charleston area will appear, as space allows, in an abridged version in the Friday Automotive section and when there's room in the Saturday Automotive section. For an extended version of each show listing and expanded list of shows from around the Carolinas, visit www.postandcourier.com. Going to a car show this weekend? Submit your photos and videos to Car Show Calendar, The Post and Courier, at the above addresses.
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