(Closed) Antique Car for my Old Hollywood Inspired Wedding

posted 9 years ago in Washington, D.C.
Post # 5
345 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Not sure exactly what area you’re in, but if you’re in MD.. then..

There is a antique car club that meets Wednesday nights in Laurel (Contee & Rt 1) from like 7-8 or so. I tried googling it but couldn’t figure out what it was called. I bet if you stop by there you could talk to someone.  Sorry this is random! I just see them all the time since my Fiance lives in that area.

Post # 6
567 posts
Busy bee

Regal Limousine! they have a 33 RR! gorgeous cars, really professional company.  i plan on booking them 🙂  http://www.regallimousine.com

the owner has the best vintage cars in DC.

Post # 7
166 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

We used Regal Limousine last year and they were pretty good.  Be aware that they use a wierd formula for calculating time+distance, automatically add a gratuity (20%) and may add a gas charge as well–it turned out to be quite a bit more expensive than we estimated.  Also, the driver was very chatty, so if you’re looking for some “private” time, you might want to ask him that in advance.  But he was easy to work with, prompt, and helpful.

If you’re looking for a classic roadster that you or your husband would drive (2 seater), I highly recommend Sorts Car Rentals in Charlottesville: http://www.sportscarrentals.com/.  It would be a bit of a drive to get it back here, you’d need a whole weekend rental I think, but his cars are beautiful and quite reasonable.  I rented one for a day for my DH’s birthday last year and it was AMAZING.  (Note that the wind will kill most hairstyles, though… but for post-ceremony, its so fun it would be worth it).  THey can be a bit tricky to drive, so you’d want to give yourself time BEFORE the wedding to get used to it.

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