1959 Cadillac convertible in Festival Red or Pink
If you want something different and make a real impact on your big day, what better than either of these iconic 1959 Cadillacs.
These models are arguably the most sought after American car of the fifties and were produced during the height of the legendary fins and flashing chrome era. These particular vehicles were the brainchild of Harley Earl who drew on the inspiration of space travel and rockets for his design, with its rocket flare tail lights, fins, huge bumpers and an impressive 23ft of all American steel, It is not to be missed!!
Available in stunning Festival Red with contrasting beautiful red and white leather trim, or in Pink with American White and Pink interior. They are both equipped with electrically operated White soft tops, which means they can instantly be adapted should it be required. .
These cars represent the pinnacle of American motor engineering and memorabilia. By booking one of these outstanding timeless machines for your Wedding day transport, you are demanding to be noticed!!!
1960 Rover 600 Customised Hot Rod in Tornado Red
The Rover ‘P4’ was produced from 1949-1964 and is recognisable part of British culture. It was originally manufactured with a steel shell, and on this model the doors, boot and bonnet are aluminium
For the techies this particular vehicle has been fully restored, and customised with a 1990 C4 Corvette (L98) 5.7ltr Tuned port injection engine and 700R 4 Speed Auto gearbox. It has Jaguar front suspension and a Ford 9 inch rear axle, with Billet speciality wheels fitted with Micky Thompson tyres. All topped off with a beautiful chrome trim. With a top speed of up to 150 miles per hour there’s little danger of the bride not getting to the church on time!!!
1949 Triumph Roadster in Gloss Black and Burgundy interior
Admired by all, this stylish Classic is Ideal transport for the Groom and Best man who wants to make a grand entrance, or for whisking the happy couple to their nuptials after the ceremony. However, please note that this is a fair weather car and has no roof. As such we will always keep an alternative car on stand-by in case of inclement weather.
This vehicle is a rare animal and is the exact same style as the Bergerac car (if you are of an age to remember the TV series?). These cars were built just after the war and made from redundant aircraft materials, it has 30’s styling and was the last car to be produced with ‘Dicky Seats’ (seats in the boot) and the rear seats even have their own windscreen!
It will provide a wonderful backdrop for any Wedding. Painted in beautiful high gloss Black it enables great reflection shots on the paintwork, as well as adding contrast.
1965 Ford Mustang convertible GT model in Red
This is the ultimate in American “Muscle” cars! This beauty is the GT model with the powerful 289 V8 engine.
According to Muscle Cars, a book written by Peter Henshaw, a “muscle car” is “exactly what the name implies. It is a product of the American car industry adhering to the Hot Rodder‘s philosophy of taking a small car and putting a large-displacement engine in it. The Muscle Car is Charles Atlas kicking sand in the face of the 98 horsepower weakling. Henshaw further asserts that the muscle car was designed for straight-line speed, and did not have the “sophisticated chassis”, “engineering integrity”, or “lithe appearance” of European high-performance cars.
This particular model It is one of the first-generation models and was manufactured by Ford from March 1964 until 1973. Initially introduced as a hardtop, the convertible model with the fastback version was put on sale in August 1964. The introduction of the Mustang created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustang’s styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of competition.
1950’s and 60’s retro VW split screen Campervans
Very popular vehicles providing a chic mode of transport for the Bride and Groom, with the capacity to carry from between 5 to 7 passengers (dependent on model).