Regularly driven ’36 Auburn best of show at Kiawah Island

Regularly driven ’36 Auburn best of show at Kiawah Island

The second edition of the Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat in South Carolina was staged this past weekend.

1936 Auburn wins best of show at Kiawah Island | Andy Reid photo

1936 Auburn wins best of show at Kiawah Island | Andy Reid photo

The second edition of the Kiawah Island Motoring Retreat in South Carolina was staged this past weekend. The three-day event has stepped up a notch from its inaugural effort with a rally, car corral day and concours d’elegance featuring better cars and enhanced organization.

Among the class winners were the formerly Fatty Arbuckle-owned 1919 Pierce Arrow, a Maserati A6GCS, and a stunning 1936 Auburn 852 S/C Boattail Speedster.

While many thought that the purple Pierce would drive off with top honors, judges surprised by awarding the Best of Show to the 1936 Auburn, a car owned and driven regularly by Gordon Logan.

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