• Mopar clubs weekly “Meet & Greets” will be 7-11 p.m. at Sonic Drive-Ins, 660 College Park Road in Goose Creek and 9101 University Blvd. in North Charleston. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, AMC and related cars and trucks are welcome. An additional meet and greet this month will be Feb. 26.

• Lowcountry Motor Club, an informal association of car and modding aficionados in the Charleston area, will meet weekly 10-11 p.m. at the Mount Pleasant Pier, 71 Harry Hallman Blvd. Most of the cars are late model imports but anyone is welcome. Another meet this month will be Feb. 26. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/groups/LMCrace/.

• Sea Islands Cars and Coffee will be held 9-11 a.m. at Freshfields Village, at the crossroads of Kiawah, Seabrook and Johns islands. The monthly cruise-in will feature antiques, classics, exotics, concepts and “any other cool cars.” The event is free. For more, contact Bruce Stemerman at bstemerman@gmail.com, 843-212-3274 or 240-418-9225 or John Wilson at jrwilson749@msn.com.

• Charleston Cars & Coffee, a free weekly cruise-in, will take place 8-11 a.m. in front of Atlanta Bread Co. in Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. An additional cruise-in this month will be Feb. 27.

• Lowcountry Mopars will hold its annual “Anything on Wheels” Shine & Swapp car show 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. at Coastal Carolina Flea Market, 165 Market Road in Ladson. There will be top 10 awards. The only cost is a donation. All money goes to Camp Happy Days.

• Bessinger’s Bar-B-Q will host its first Open Car, Truck and Motorcycle show of the season 6-9 p.m. at the restaurant, 1602 Savannah Highway. Registration is $5. There are three trophies per class. Categories consist of cars 1900-42, ’43-’59, ’60-’71 and ’72-2016; street rods; trucks; and motorcycles. The Cruise-O-Matics will perform. For more information, contact Tom Jameson at 843-571-2264.

• East Coast Truck Jam will be held at the Florence agricultural fairgrounds, 5226 E. Palmetto St. The show will focus on lifted trucks but is open to any vehicle. The event will have more than 250 truck and related awards, ATV classes and custom golf cart classes. Visit the show’s website at www.eastcoasttruckjam.com or contact eastcoasttruckjam@gmail.com or Rodney at 843-864-1861.

• The third annual indoor car display sponsored by Coastal Carolina Region-Antique Automobile Club of America will take place 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at Citadel Mall. The club and the mall invite collectors to display their antique or special interest vehicles inside the mall. This is not a trophy show but a free display “to educate the public, raise awareness of the car hobby,” promote the AACA regional club and other local car clubs and recruit new members. Other clubs are welcome to set up a membership table. The club’s focus is on antique vehicles — those 25 years or older — but this year the group welcomes additional vehicle types, space permitting. The event will have a 40 vehicle limit, so owners are asked to register soon. Vehicles will line up at 11 a.m. at the southeast entrance to the mall (next to Planet Fitness) to be parked inside by 11:30 a.m. There are a few “early-out” exceptions. The event ends at 6 p.m. when the mall closes.

• The Coastal Carolina Corvette Club will hold its monthly gathering for organizing the Vettes Doin’ Charleston show 2-2:30 p.m., social time 2:30-3 p.m. and the regular meeting at 3 p.m. at Crews Chevrolet, 8199 Rivers Ave. in North Charleston. Bring chairs. Club members and other Corvette fans are invited to attend. For more information, visit www.4cccc.org.

• Central Carolina CORSA will be hosting the 19th annual Spring Warm-Up at Ocean Creek Resort in Myrtle Beach. This is an all-Corvair show, organizers note. It’s an opportunity to see various restored Corvair models and to “show off your own Corvair.” For more information, call Carol Harris at 803-795-9493 or contact the sponsoring club via email at centralcarolinacorsa@hotmail.com.

• Coastal Carolina Corvette Club will meet at 2 p.m. for organizing the Vettes Doin’ Charleston show, 2:30 for social time and 3 p.m. for the regular meeting. It will be at a new place, Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, 3075 Bees Ferry Road west of the Ashley. No need to bring chairs. Club members and other Corvette fans are invited to attend. For more information, go to www.4cccc.org.

• Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat, “a Lowcountry celebration of outstanding automobiles,” will take place at Ocean Park and other sites on Kiawah and neighboring islands. The retreat will include the Sunday finale Concours of acclaimed vintage vehicles and Saturday’s “Cars on Kiawah,” a free event for regional and local auto clubs and enthusiasts featuring 200 collector cars. Both shows will be held at Ocean Park. A motoring tour will take place Friday on Johns, Wadmalaw and Kiawah islands. Other events include automotive seminars, a Lowcountry oyster roast and open house tours. Proceeds benefit Barrier Island Free Medical Clinic, Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding program, Kiawah Conservancy and The Kiawah Women’s Foundation – Backpack Buddies. Noted concours judge Paul Ianuario is executive director and Keith Martin, host of the Velocity Network show “What’s My Car Worth,” is master of ceremonies. Bruce Stemerman and John R. Wilson are co-chairmen of the organizing board. For more information, visit www.kiawahconcours.com, email infor@kiawahconcours.com or call 843-277-0271.

• Trident Technical College will host its 24th annual Spring Spin-Off car show 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the college’s main campus, 7000 Rivers Ave. in North Charleston, behind Building 800. Trident Technical College’s Department of Automotive Technology will put on the show. The event is free for spectators and open to the public. To register, visit www.tridenttech.edu/carshow.htm or contact Buzz Varella at 843-574-6184 or Clint Snider at 843-574-6725. Pre-registration by April 25 at 5 p.m. is $20. Event-day registration, to be held 8-11 a.m., is $25. There is no rain date. Along with the show, there will be food and music. Trophies will be presented starting at 2 p.m. The Spring Spin-Off showcases cars, trucks and motorcycles. Proceeds benefit the W. Athell Yon student award, given each year to up to two graduating students for the purchase of tool kits. Recipients are students with the highest overall GPA in the associate degree in Automotive Technology or the certificate in Automotive Servicing programs. For more information, call Varella or visit the Spring Spin-Off Car Show Facebook page by searching “TTC Spring Spin-Off Car Show.”

• The 14th annual VCCA (Vintage Chevrolet Club of America) Area 9 Southeast National Meet will be held at the Omar Shrine Temple in Mount Pleasant. The national judged meet will be open to Chevrolets only. To qualify for national awards, you must be a VCCA member. The meet judging will be finished Fri., May 13. There will be a photo shoot Saturday morning, a caravan tour from Omar Shrine Temple to downtown Charleston and back and an awards banquet Saturday night. Registration forms are available at www.charlestonlowcountryvcca.org. Registration closes April 10. There will be show T-shirts that anyone can purchase: Net profits go to the Omar Shrine Temple. This year’s national show is in Lake Tahoe in August and has more than 450 participants thus far. Local VCCA members would like for the national club to consider Charleston for the 2021 show.

Going to a car show this weekend? Submit your photos and videos, or send your 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 jparker@postandcourier.com.