Regularly driven ’36 Auburn best of show at Kiawah Island

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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