Towing Company in Charleston, SC
Hat was in September78. When I came out of the auction to go home on Saturday afternoon it was sleeting & snowing. I rode a short distance until I found a canopy to pull in out of the weather at a Gulf station (Village Gulf) in Smyrna, GA, not far from the auction site. The owner, an older man, was there and he had a 1968 Ford Fairlane Ranchero sitting out front. I tried to buy it to put my bike in the back and come back to Charleston with the heater going & being out of the weather.
read moreTowing Service Charleston - Established August 1, 1976, Turky's Towing is proud to be a two generation, family owned operation providing light, medium, and heavy duty towing in SC, NC, and GA. We offer storage, recovery, on site lifts, rollovers, tire changes, pull starts, abandoned vehicle recovery, accident and wreck removal, illegal parking removal, equipment transport, cargo transport, tool box transport, boats, long distance towing and much more offered. We can transport motorcycles, RV's, cars, trucks, boats, and more.
Towing Service Charleston SC
read moreFortunately, Turky's is ready to help! You may need a battery boost, tire change, or perhaps a car is parked in your designated spot. We can handle that for you also! To ensure your car remains safe during its tow, we will dispatch the appropriate type of truck for your specific vehicle. We have a large fleet which includes flatbeds and wreckers capable of light, medium, and heavy duty towing. Our tow trucks are equipped with go jacks and dollies for when your vehicle is in a hard to reach spot.
read moreIt is obvious we have too much time on our hands. Who in their right mind would camo a Jeep 100%? And when I say 100%, I mean 100%. This is a 1975 Jeep CJ5 bought from the State of South Carolina 10 years ago. It was one of 2 bought with consecutive serial numbers. They were issued new to the SCARNG (SC Army Reserve National Guard). It spent its whole life on "The Hill" Ft. Jackson in rust-free Columbia, SC. We disassembled the Jeep leaving the tub and engine on the frame. Next it was steam-cleaned thoroughly.
read moreThis 57 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible was bought new by Harry & Jean Gindhart on February 7, 1957 at Fort Sumter Chevrolet in Charleston, SC. The salesman was Bill Breedlove, who is now in his 80's and still selling Chevrolets at Rick Hendrick Chevy in Charleston. The Gindharts moved in across the street from my family in 1962 when I was 11 years old. I grew up with this car. We still live across the street from each other to this day. They watched me grow up (a term I use loosely) and they have watched my kids grow up.