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Ada - Rolls

1955 Rolls Royce Cloud 1. Allan has owned Ada for 15 years. It was bought into Australia by a titled gentleman from England who had the car from 1955 until 15 years ago. The titled gentleman then gave the car to his son who, shall we say, rearranged the bodywork! Extensive work was required before Ada could be used again. Ada’s unique colour is one that Allan personally blended. It has proven very popular with brides as the colour typifies most people’s idea of royalty Rolls Royce style.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth is a 1956 Rolls Cloud 1. It was imported into Australia by a member of parliament hence housed in Canberra for a considerable number of years. Allan was asked to duco the car in its present colours to be used as a photo shoot for the Hugh Grant movie “4 weddings a Funeral”. Previously, wedding cars were traditionally white, which compromised the bride’s beauty. Elizabeth’s tones have proven to be perfectly suited to wedding photography

Ben the Bentley

1956 Bentley S1. Ben was acquired in 1996 from a gentleman on the south coast who owned the car for a number of years. Unfortunately, Ben was also in need of some work as when Allan purchased the car it was in pieces. It has been totally restored with colours that match Elizabeth. The two cars make ideal companions for a wedding requiring transport for a bridal party separate to the bride groom. The genuine Oak timber in Ben is sourced from selected trees that grace the English countryside

Grace

1959 Rolls Royce in original colours. Grace’s distinctive large white walled tyres set her apart from other Rolls Royces. She was brought out for the Melbourne motor show in 1969 and was purchased at the motor show by channel 9. After spending her life conveying celebrities such as Elton John and Olivia Newtown John, Channel 9 presented the car to Graham




Kennedy. She was purchased by Allan in 1996 and remains in original condition. This wonderful piece of history photographs black sliver in most instances.

Clyde

1933 Reo. Clyde is a very rare motorcar of which there are (to the best of Allan’s knowledge) only 6 in the world. One of the first ever automobiles was built by the ‘Olds’ family, who called it an Oldsmobile. Their son, Ransom Eli Olds, broke away from the family started his own business making trucks buses. One well-known vehicle was an REO speedwagon. In 28, Ransom Olds built his first motorcar using parts from other car companies. In 1933 he built Clyde – calling it the REO flying cloud - painting it burgundy black and naming it after an American Indian. Unfortunately, 1933 being in the middle of the depression, very few cars were sold. Clyde was bought into Australia in the late 30’s. Allan purchased the car fully restored it. He has owned Clyde, with the distinctive number plates REO 33, for 30 years.

Lady Di

55 Bentley R-type. Lady Di is one of only 400 built is a very similar shape to Clyde. She has only traveled 74,000 miles since new. Bought by a gentleman , she spent most of her life in a garage. Originally painted English green, Allan has now painted her to suit Clyde.
The two cars make an excellent pair to complement your wedding day photography. People assume when browsing your photographs that you had two “Clydes” for your wedding day conveyance, but on closer scrutiny, they get a surprise noticing that Lady Di is a totally different distinctive auto mobil

Cabby

69 diesel London taxi. Cabby is totally original even to the extent of having the original meter flag still operating. Cabby is one of many famous English taxicabs Allan presently has 3 identical taxis in service and is the only one hiring London Taxis in NSW for wedding cars. They are proving very popular with brides wanting something different on their wedding day. Imagine everyone’s face at your service when you arrive in a London Taxi. Cabby carries 6 people, ensuring a bridal party of up to 6 are all together for a very happy memorable wedding day. One of these London Taxis is now in Newcastle for Newcastle weddings.

The Dame

1968 Daimler Saloon. Ex Australian Government. This very unique vehicle, used by Queen Elizabeth on her visits to Australia, also served the late Sir Robert Menzies. The Dame was purchased from The Australian Government put on display in the Linfox museum in Melbourne for 21 years. Allan purchased her in 2005 but by this time she need a total restoration. The dame is a distinct stylish way to convey a bridal party of up to 6 or for a bride groom who like space wish to arrive in a manner that befits the very important occasion of their wedding! The Dame is a very stately vehicle you can feel like royalty with a flag of your country of origin flying from the bonnet (by negotiation)

Marilyn

1969 Cornice Convertible Rolls Royce. This car has a very unique history. Allan bought it in a rusted state with very little interior a seized motor from an auction room in Queensland. The car was totally restored in 1996 – taking 18 months to complete. It was then Allan learnt that the vehicle belonged to the Beatles star George Harrison. He owned a property at Hamilton Island it is alleged that at a party on the premises someone drove the Rolls into the swimming pool - resulting in the damage the seized motor. Marilyn is the ultimate in cruising for your wedding day. With the hood up, the vehicle is totally enclosed so the bride is not windswept, but, when leaving the church with the bride groom, the hood drops down electrically at the press of a button, becoming a photographers delight with the newly married couple departing the church. Unsurpassed on a crystal clear vineyard afternoon!

Goldie

1976 Regency Bronze Rolls Royce. Allan has owned Goldie for 25 years, having bought her from the second owner. She is a beautiful car with air conditioning. Many of these type of cars can be seen as wedding cars as they are very popular! What makes Goldie stand out is the beautiful colour. If you wish to arrive in golden style, then Goldie is your car!
The unique Rolls suspension gives the impression of floating on air!
(Technically regency bronze.)

Marquette

Made by Buick. Being a six-cylinder side valve engine, the car is a more economical version of the standard straight 8 Buick of the time. The vehicle was built in 1929 has been used in several magazine photo shoots. Allan purchased it from a gentleman who restored owned it for 20 years. The wooden wheels, red upholstery the rare USA 29 number plates set the car apart as something stylish special. The ‘Coolongatta Cream’ paint is perfect for brides as it doesn’t clash with a white dress. Being the same era as the Clyde, the two form a unique combination for your wedding.


  • The 'driver' is in addition to the numbers indicated for each vehicle.
  • Your driver will provide 'silver service' and serve champagne, strawberries and chocolates at an appropriate time after your service.
  • There is not time limit to vehicle hire on your day, within reason.
  • Inclement weather apparel in all vehicles.
  • Inspections welcome by appointment.
  • Easy terms on $100.00 deposit .
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