Perth Vintage Limousine Hire
Who would have imagined when it was first built many years ago this luxury stylish vehicle would still be in very high demand ninety years later. This 1930 vintage Federal Dodge is indeed a timeless classic. As it was then and still is today, the first choice for any special occasion and particularly for weddings. This timeless classic is something special and will always will turn heads. This is the only 9 passenger 1930 Dodge limousine in Perth.
Our Perth Vintage Limousine
This classic limousine was manufactured locally and retains most of the features of the original car whilst adding the features require for today’ market. The front drivers cab still has many original features.
The original car has been stretched a little and then meticulously restored to its former glory. Now seating eight passengers in the rear on plush burgundy leather seating this is the most spacious eight passenger limousine in Perth. With its extra height inside and the two opening doors access to the rear could not be any easier. You are able to step in and out with ease. This makes it very suitable for Brides with the larger gown and for those a little less agile. A separate air conditioner for the rear will ensure your are cool even on the hottest Perth days. There is an ice box and bottle holder in the bar and crystal glasses for your refreshments. A quality sound system with Bluetooth connectivity for you music is also an addition. Pure class would best describe this timeless classic.
We are a family owned business and have been 13 years in the limousine industry in Perth. With our experience, friendly chauffeurs, local knowledge and attention to detail you can be assured we will make your limo experience one to remember for all the right reasons. Whilst we do all types of limousine hire we are seen as one of the premier wedding limousine companies in Perth.
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