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Updated: May 22, 2018 @ 3:35 pm
This 1966 Ford Mustang belongs to Bobby LaRoche of Charleston.
This shiny 1972 Chevy C-10 is owned by Teddy Mueller of Summerville.
Charles and JoAnn Ruff of Johns Island rode up in their 2006 Pontiac Solstice convertible.
Mt. Pleasant town engineer Kevin Mitchell walks through Shem Creek Park Wednesday October 12, 2011. (Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com)
The vanity plate on Guy and Ronald Talent’s ‘70 Chevy Nova SS says “Needgas.”
A row of Corvettes stood out at the Ashley River Baptist car show last Saturday.
Owens also displayed his 1969 mid engine Porsche at the West Ashley fest.
Kenny West of Summerville displayed his 2000 Honda Valkyrie, which headed a line of motorcycles at the West Ashley show.
Jerry Owens parked his 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster at the Ashley River Baptist car show last Saturday.
Eddie Bernard with the town of Mt. Pleasant tours the Shem Creek Park Wednesday October 12, 2011 as they prepare for the grand opening. (Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com)
Views from the Shem Creek Park. Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com)
Billy Rodgers of Yonges Island worked on this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle as a mechanic at Fort Sumter (Karl Bennett) Chevy. He later bought the classic car.
Awards were handed out by category at the annual Ashley River Baptist Youth Missions car show May 21 at the church.
Ronald Talent shows off his brother Guy’s 1970 Chevy Nova SS at the annual Ashley River Baptist show in Charleston.
The yellow steering wheel on Summerville car collector Patrick Quigley’s 1949 Dodge Wayfarer roadster matches the exterior.
Eric Lee, Julie Gutin and their daughter Victoria Lee,2, visiting from Maryland walk the docks at the Shem Creek Park Wednesday October 12, 2011. (Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com)
Quin Stinchfield (left) and Lee Cave with town of Mt. Pleasant tour Shem Creek Park Wednesday October 12, 2011. (Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com)
Views from the end of the pavilion at Shem Creek Park. (GraceBeahm/postandcourier.com)
This 1974 Volkswagen camper belongs to Bill Heidkamp of Charleston. He displayed the import classic at the Ashley River Baptist car show May 21 on Savannah Highway.
Stanley Zoltanski had a vanity plate, “Mr. Stan”, on the back of his 1967 Buick Skylark.
A vintage Indian motorcycle fronts a newer Indian at the car show.
This 1938 Plymouth pickup truck sports a period South Carolina license plate.
Mike Lovito of Mount Pleasant displays this modified 1951 Henry J.
Alex Rose brought this 1960 Oldsmobile to the west of the Ashley event.
An egret wades in the marsh grass near the Shem Creek Park in October 2011.(Grace Beahm/postandcourier.com)
Richard Barto of Charleston brought his 1971 Ford LTD convertible to the annual show.