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  • Thursday, April 18, 2013

Chloe Snodgrass, 3 years old, showed her Jeep-lovers enthusiasm Saturday. STAFF PHOTOS BY SULLY WITTE


The South Carolina Flat Fender Club hosted the first annual Jeep Meet at Water Front Park in Mount Pleasant on Saturday. The club is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of old flat fender Jeeps. Jeeps of all makes and models were on display and members of the club gladly showed off their vehicles for the curious. For information on becoming a member of the club, contact Scott Schiller at southcarolinaflatfenderclub@comcast.net.


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