Vehicle Ref 788
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This beautiful Rolls Royce was built in 1951 and is one of the last coach built Rolls-Royce’s, exquisitely finished in Midnight Blue and Ivory with a luxury interior of blue leather seats and a wealth of burr walnut fittings to the doors, vanity mirrors, dashboard and picnic tables. In addition the rear cabin has footstools, mood lighting and an electric division between passengers and chauffeur. When new this car was featured at the 1951 Earls Court Motor Show as the top of the range Rolls-Royce. Quite simply, the perfect choice of wedding car.
|Exterior / Interior Colours:||Ivory & Midnight Blue / Light Blue Leather|
|Number of Passenger Seats:||1 Front, 3 Rear|
|Passenger Seat Belts Fitted:||0 Front, 0 Rear|
|Children & Babies||3 Years & Over|
|Vehicles Local Area:||Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire|
|Chauffeur's Attire:||Fully Uniformed|
Wedding Car Hire Price Guide:
Prices are approximate for weddings in the area local to the postcode entered and may vary minimally when the full itinerary is advised. Quotes are based on the hours required, date and time of the hire and the total mileage for the vehicle.
We never use computer generated quotes. All quotes are personally calculated to take into consideration access and other logistics computers will be unaware of. This also provides the opportunity to personally tailor your quote to keep your costs down.
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Suggested Minimum Hire Times:
1 hr: One Way Journey [A to B], No Waiting.
2 hrs: One Way Journey [A to B], Wait until after ceremony for photos.
3 hrs: Registry, Civil or Church Wedding with Short Ceremony and on to Reception [A to B to C]
4 hrs: Church Wedding with Longer Ceremony plus Travel to Reception [A to B to C]
5 hrs + Most Asian Weddings and those with longer than normal timing requirements
Means seating that is available for passengers only, excluding driver. Some Vintage and Classic Vehicles might be restricted to a smaller number of passengers due to space/weight restrictions.Have more questions? Check our FAQs →