VINTAGE WEDDING CAR
Antique wedding cars fit in perfectly with the traditional wedding. With luxury and style they come in a wonderful array of colors to complement any wedding dress. When choosing the right wedding car, you’ll be surprised at the sheer quantity of wedding car hire services available to you. Some companies will specialize in providing just the early bridal cars, whilst others will offer a range that includes modern executive or luxury models. However, remember that vintage cars aren’t as commonplace as their modern counterparts, so if you really want to make a memorable impact, opting for a rare wedding car is a great way to do so. But you must remember that these beautiful wedding cars get booked up very quickly so early booking is essential.
- Beautiful wedding cars
- Vintage wedding cars
- Classic wedding cars
- Modern wedding cars
- Highly experienced wedding car chauffeurs
- Umbrellas in all wedding cars
- Champagne available in all wedding cars
Having decided on the wedding car for you, please remember to consider the Bridesmaids and Mother. Some wedding car companies will offer free transportation for the mother and bridesmaids in the bridal car provided the journey time from to the service is less than ten minutes, but you will have to make other arrangements to get them and Dad to the reception after the service. Most wedding car customers will have a nice stretch limousine such as the Lincoln Town Car stretch Limousine available and these usually seat up to ten passengers or the fourteen passengers Hummerzine.
The La Salle was first introduced on March 5th of 1927. It joined the ever-growing General Motors line-up and positioned between Buick and Cadillac. It was built to high standards but lacked the refinement and amenities of a Cadillac. The durability, dependability, and quality helped boost sales for the LaSalle brand and General Motors. The 1939 La Salle was very modern for its time with the grille being one of its most striking features. It is both long and aerodynamic with the La Salle name proudly displayed for all to see. White wall tires and chrome accents can be found throughout the vehicle. The Cadillac LaSalle was designed by Harley Earl, who later became head of GM Art and Color and was inspired by the Hispano-Suiza. It was named after the French adventurer, Sieur De La Salle, who explored the Mississippi River valley in 1682.
The Phantom VI was an ultra-exclusive Rolls-Royce model made from 1968-1990. Based on the Phantom V, the Phantom VI had a re-styled facia (dashboard) and was powered by an engine derived from the current Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. Most of the coachwork was created by Mulliner Park Ward, usually in limousines form, though a few landaulettes were made. A total of 374 Phantom VIs were made. Design of a Phantom VII based on the Silver Shadow’s body was discussed in the 1970s, but plans were scrapped. No prototypes were built. Queen Elizabeth II’s fleet of cars includes two Rolls-Royce Phantom VIs, the custom-built ‘Silver Jubilee Car’ presented by the British motor industry to celebrate her 25th anniversary on the throne in 1977, and a more conventional 1986 model.
The best idea is to arrange to visit the wedding car company so you can view the cars, try them out for size and check they will complement your color scheme.
Roman Limousine of Boston specializes in the hire of chauffeur driven Cadillac LaSalle, Rolls Royce Phantom VI, Lincoln Town Car Limousine, H2 Hummerzine, Cadillac Escalade, Party Bus and other fine classic and modern wedding cars for civil partnerships. Our wedding cars operate in Boston Metro area, and on occasion we extend our service area toward west as far as Worcester Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire or South Shore of Boston. Champagne is optionally available in our wedding cars. Our cars are also available for film, television and promotional hire.