1929 Hudson Super Six
Imagine it's 1929. Perhaps you're going out to a speakeasy, or a silent film at the Alabama. You'll be chauffeured there in your brand-new Hudson Super Six, the pinnacle of American motoring. Who is that arriving? A movie star? A captain of industry?
Fast forward... It's your wedding day. The Roaring Twenties are over, but the crowd's reaction is still the same. While your guests will say, "I wish we had done that for our wedding", you'll be glad you did...
1952 Buick Eight Special Deluxe
Formal but fun, and consistently one of our most popular cars, "Jack" is an automotive embodiment of Vintage Americana. Sporting a body style introduced in 1949, classic venues like The Sonnet House, Rucker Place, and American Village are excellent backdrops for his classic American style. The formal, original black paint and chrome details make a stunning backdrop for a white wedding gown! We purchased "Jack" on a whim in 2011 and drove him nearly 1000 miles home without a glitch -- a testament to the reliability of a well-cared-for antique car!
Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith
Freestone & Webb Touring Limousine
Rolls-Royce. More than just a name or a brand -- a legend. To say that something is the "Rolls-Royce" of anything, means that there is simply nothing better. We proudly introduce you to "Catherine", Flagship of our Fleet -- the Rolls-Royce of Wedding Cars. She's completely custom built, number one of only eleven ever made of her type.
Her unique and elegant two-tone paint scheme is a perfect contrasting backdrop for both a black tuxedo and a white wedding gown, displaying shades of pink, salmon, brown, coral, and even copper or reddish tones, depending on her lighting and surroundings. As a true limousine model, her spacious, opulent light gray leather interior is complete with a division window for privacy -- and a rear sunroof. Stand up and wave to the crowd!
1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud
In a word, Silver Clouds are timeless -- a World-class touring car with beautifully-crafed lines that only Rolls-Royce can produce. Elvis Presley, John Lennon, and Tony Bennett have all been Cloud owners, along with a host of other famous folks. "Elizabeth" features a lovely air-conditioned Tan leather interior, and is right-hand drive for the full effect!
1959 Jaguar Mk.IX Saloon
Old English White (Ivory)
When HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother selected a new personal car, she chose a sister car to "Caroline". Why? Could she not have had a Rolls-Royce, or a Bentley? Or anything else she wanted?
Sure. But she knew that these beautiful Jaguars have a quality all their own: The perfect marriage of formal English luxury, with a swift, sporty feel. Her cabin is appointed in Rose Red leather and adorned with beautiful walnut trim, and is topped off by a factory sunroof. It's not being carried off into the sunset on a white horse.... it's better.
1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible
Sporty and Elegant, this convertible beats all others for a bride and groom. With four doors and a roomy interior, entry and exit is easy even with the top up -- making weather no longer a concern. Ride from the ceremony to reception with the top-up in the comfort of Elwood's plush air-conditioned leather interior -- and depart from the reception in top-down classic convertible style!
1968 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Classically designed, beautifully elegant, and just a bit... subtle. Timeless and dignified. "Eugen" is a car for those who know what they want, and where they are going. Not only is he a wonderful choice for wedding couples, but he is also a perfect option as a secondary car for parents or other important guests.