Born during the Great Depression this Plymouth has made it to see brighter days. This car is great for a sunny day cruise. The rumble seat or "mother in-law" seat make for an experience like no other. This classic will bring an elegance to your wedding that could only be matched by the Great Gatsby himself.
On March 25, 1941, a proud new owner took possession of this beautiful 1941 Plymouth Deluxe sedan in central Pennsylvania. "Rose" as she is known, was well loved and cared for by the original family from 1941 through 2003 and subsequent owners. The car maintains its complete originality, from the battleship gray paint to the tan mohair interior. With the suicide doors, this is a classic and elegant piece for that pre-WWII themed wedding!
The Great Depression was nearing its end. Just before ending motor vehicle production for World War II efforts, the automobile industry was in the "Art-Deco" period. This classic time and styling is well represented in this 1941 Chevrolet 1/2 top pickup. Built in Kansas City, Missouri, this truck spent the first 60 years of its life in Kansas. This truck is finished in bright yellow with its original oak wood bed. Perfect for that country-themed wedding!
A war-weary America was ready for a rebound. The age of optimism was upon us, and car manufacturing resumed in October 1945. This fine example rolled off the Baltimore assembly line in December 1945 and lived its entire life in the Mid-Atlantic. Very little restoration was done; after all, very little was needed for a vehicle with only 38,000 original miles! Literally step back in time to the 1940s in this fine beauty of Art-Deco style.
Fresh out of restoration, the 1946 Dodge is the newest member to the fleet. Acquired and restored with weddings in mind, the white color, gray interior and suicide doors of the Dodge make it a great choice for weddings. Styled in the pre-war fashion, this beauty still has its cues from the Art-Deco period and is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Built in 1955 during the heart of the Henry Ford II era. This two tone beauty is sure to turn heads when you pull up. It makes you want pile the family in the car and hit a drive in.
The 57 Chevy is possibly the most world renowned vehicle of the 1950's. For this one year only, they sported iconic fins making them truly a rare work of art. This factory original Bel Air model is sure to transport you back to a golden age on your wedding day!
In May, 1958, this gorgeous Cadillac was given as a gift from father to son on his wedding day. "Lucille", as this Cadillac is known, was kept in that family for nearly 30 years, even making a cameo appearance in the movie Godfather II. From 2002 through 2004, "Lucille" went through a complete restoration and now looks exactly as she did back when she came from Detroit in March 1958 including the tuxedo black paint to the ivory and calcutta cloth interior.
Perhaps the most iconic vehicle of the 1950s is the 1959 Cadillac. It represented excess, flair, and flamboyance. The trademark Cadillac tail fins nearly reach the roofline. The 1959 Cadillac, the longest vehicle in automotive history, exceeds 19' and is luxury at its finest. This particular Cadillac, "Julie", is painted in tuxedo black with white and black interior. Spending most of its life in Louisiana, it now resides in Virginia and is being prepared for weddings and films.
Rolling off the Clark Avenue Assembly plant in Detroit on December 30, 1959, this 1960 Cadillac Series 62 coupe was shipped to Hanover, Pennsylvania for its new owner in January 1960. The 1960 Cadillacs were streamlined after the excessive appearance of the '59 models, giving a crisper, more sophisticated and tame look. After 9 years of restoration, "Natalie" (Italian for Christmas) was restored to her exact appearance, finished in Olympic White with white and black interior.
Is it a car or a truck!?
The debate continues to rage but one thing is for sure, its a classic! The best of both worlds and sure to turn heads at your next event. This second generation El Camino has style for days, perfect for making an entrance or posing for a photo shoot.
Special ordered in March 1962, the flagship and most luxurious of the Cadillac lineup, the Series Sixty Special, or Fleetwood, was delivered to Dr. Cyrus and Nancy Pardington in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Manufactured in Detroit and residing most of its life in Colorado, "Nancy" went through a complete restoration from 2008-2012, being repainted in its original Avalon Blue Metallic with French rolled and pleated leather seats.
Representing the first year of the iconic muscle car, this beauty rolled off the Norwood, Ohio assembly line in January, 1967. Unlike the modified Camaro dragsters you may see at the shows, this Camaro is mostly original, right down to the original Matador Red color, black vinyl interior, and a column shift automatic. This car recently received a shot in the arm with a rebuilt, period correct 327 engine. Although the smallest in the fleet, this convertible is a popular and economic choice.
Since 1997, sweet "Mary" as she is known, is the vehicle that has been in the fleet the longest. Repainted in Torch Red with a black vinyl interior and stirrup shifter, this Turbo Fire 327 V8 packs a powerful punch and is a fine representative of the muscle car era. Rolling off the Baltimore assembly line in February 1968, this vehicle went through a complete restoration in 1997-2000. If you are looking for a convertible with a little more room than a Camaro, this is the vehicle for you!
The 1968 Oldsmobile Delta 88 has been in the fleet since 1997. The only restoration "Elizabeth" needed was a new paint job in the original color of Maroon Metallic. The original interior remains, in comfortable black vinyl. A favorite in the film industry, this is the most popular for use in movies and TV shows. With its Rocket 455 engine and long wheelbase, this is probably the smoothest riding vehicle making it a popular choice for weddings as well.
Almost every teenager in the 60s through the 80s can relate to the "deuce and a quarter", i.e. the Buick Electra 225. It derived its series from its actual length - 225 inches, or nearly 19 feet in length. This Buick is essentially a baby Cadillac, featuring all of the comforts and options that one would expect in such a vehicle. This vehicle is finished in its original burgundy metallic paint with an off-white vinyl top and paisley patterned original maroon cloth interior.
Hailed as the mecca of muscle cars, this fire-breathing beauty is not for the tame at heart! Made in Atlanta Georgia in March 1969, this 385 horsepower 4 speed machine will put you in orbit. Featuring its factory original hideaway headlights and hood tachometer, this is one girl that is fancy, but aggressive! Finished in the original Midnight Green Metallic with dark green interior, "Francine" is the vehicle of choice for the muscle car lover at heart.
Our second GTO in the fleet, this factory original "Judge" is ready to rule! With less than 3800 Judge packaged GTO's being made in 1970 this car is truly rare. This judge got new "robes" in the early 2000's with a full restoration. The car brings a mix of style and power that can slam the gavel down and bring excitement to your big day.
MOPAR fans are some of the most devout car owners on the planet. And when it comes to Dodge, the Challenger R/T is certainly at the top of the list. Released in 1970 as Dodge's response to the GM A-bodies, this was one heck of a muscle car. The R/T option added the racing stripes, rally gauges and a 383 engine that can really move. Finished in "Plum Crazy" purple with a white vinyl top and white interior, this was a favorite in the movie, "Wonder Woman 84" where it made its film debut.
The only Ford product in the lineup is this Swiss Aqua and Wimbledon White F100 Ranger 1/2 ton pickup. "Cecilia" is a favorite in the film industry, featured in "Felt", "On the Basis of Sex", and "Wonder Woman 84". The two-tone combination is a complete eye-catcher, making this a great candidate for weddings and films.