Italian Car Club Charleston - Meet at 2018 Cars on Kiawah

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  1. GiulioRonchi

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    Happy 2018. This year the organizers of Cars on Kiawah invited the club to their car annual showcase.
    For logistical reasons, the organizers are requesting an estimated number of participants, and arrival at show location as a group. This does not mean that we need to register at the same time or drive down together. We can meet close by and then "march in" together to the assigned parking location.

    We want a massive participation so we encourage all the members of this Forum and the local Ferrari Chapter to come, and pass this message along.

    For further details, look at the attached photo of last year beautiful settings, and visit kiawahconcours.com

    Ciao, Giulio

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  2. vrsurgeon

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    I was a little dismayed at the small Italian section last year. I'll try to make it this year...
     
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    Nice! Sure hope it doesn't need all that oil. ;)
     
  5. Bob Zambelli

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    The show was great!
    The biggest I've yet to see, especially American and British cars.
    A nice selection of Germans - mostly Porsche.
    Two French - Citroen Maserati.
    A few Japanese.
    Some very interesting race cars, in particular an ALFA 8C and Gordon King's GT 40.
    And, of course, the Italians - FIAT, ALFA, Lamborghini, DeTomasso and Ferrari (only four) - my 330 was the second oldest Italian.

    Nice weather, a good time for many.
     

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