Our three cars, a JBA Falcon, a Triumph Herald 13/60 Convertible and a 1962 Rover P4 are available for Wedding Car Hire, Film and TV Hire and for photoshoots.


We understand that each situation is unique so get in touch for us to work out a bespoke solution with you



Jessica is a JBA Falcon 2+2 Kit Car.  She is essentially a 2-seater but with a couple of tiny seats in the back.   She's a 30's style roadster with Ford mechanicals.  Why is she called Jessica?  I just liked the name.


Maggie is a 1969 Triumph Herald 13/60 convertible and is a full 4-seater.  I have always loved Triumph Heralds right from being a kid, and I was delighted when I became Maggie's guardian.  She's very original and her patina tells her story.  She was sold in the West Midlands to her first owner and then a man bought her for his wife who was pregnant with her first child.  When the couple had a second child the Herald became a high days and holidays car and was cherished by her owner.  The children are now grown up and when he died his widow needed to sell the car and I fell in love with her so now it is my job to care for her.  Why is she called Maggie?  That's the name of the lady for whom the car was bought so many years ago when she was pregnant and I wanted to keep that link with her family.


Sally is a 1962 Rover P4 110.  The Rover P4 is a great example of 50s elegance, refinement and luxury.  She's the latest addition and has given us an extra dimension. I've always loved the Rover P4 since my Grandad had one.  Why is she called Sally - my Grandad once came across someone with a wriggling sack.  There was a dog in it that the man was going to drown.  Grandad took the dog off him and called her Sally and she is a big memory of my childhood.  The Rover is Sally in memory of my Grandad and his dog

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