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wedding cars...

Discussion in 'Motors' started by Siliconslave, 4 Mar 2010.

  1. Siliconslave

    Man of Honour

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    Hey guys,
    For some crazy reason i got the urge to go out and spend silly amounts of money on highly compacted carbon mounted to a ring before Christmas and now i'm looking at spending silly amounts of money on one day!

    Car wise i'm quite liking the look of things like the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud saloon.

    But what, the great OCUK motors, would you have? (remembering it would have to fit your misses + blancmange dress in; Vix being the exception that proves the rule ;))
     
  2. Django x2

    Capodecina

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    7 Series. In fact, my 5 is being used in two weddings this year, one as the main car and at another wedding for the bridesmaids!!!
     
  3. SilverTongue

    Wise Guy

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    1963 Morgan +4 or an Aston Martin DB5 :D
     
  4. ajstan

    Wise Guy

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    Mondeo? :D:D
     
  5. Siliconslave

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    problem with a 5/7 series is it would feel too much like an airport transfer!
     
  6. Django x2

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    Don't be stupid, a Golf is far more suited. They are, after all, the best cars ever made
     
  7. Dolph

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    My sister had a series 1 landrover as her wedding car (unfortunately I don't have any pictures to hand).

    We didn't have one as we were all in one location on the day.
     
  8. Luke

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    I had a Caterham 7. Great fun shoehorning the wifes dress into the footwell and trying not to melt it on the exhaust!
     
  9. Luke

    Soldato

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    So were we but that wasn't the point!
     
  10. ruffneck

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Le Norfolk

    Rolls Royce Phantom
     
  11. -Ad-

    Capodecina

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    :rolleyes:

    Worng, they have the best build quality and low road noise :D


    I would say DB5 or for the crazy choice - Morgan Aero 8.
     
  12. Rotty

    Don

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    Same for us though hotel provided use of their limo the day before to go and get some paperwork sorted
     
  13. Le Clandestin Brun

    Sgarrista

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    Something luxurious with class, comfort and presense... Rolls.

    Or maybe even a classic Bentely or Merc or something.
     
  14. markweatherill

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    Hey, congratulations Siliconslave! I guess a stretched Hummer is out of the question?
     
  15. shauncr91

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    He could go the whole way and wear a burberry cap and air max trainers at the alter too ;)

    Hummers are for hen nights and drug dealers in my opinion. Something like a Rolls or a Bentley is much more suited to a wedding.
     
  16. Yas786

    Caporegime

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    This...my cousin when she got married last Feb had one of these pick her up to take her to her wedding...lovely car and very spacious...couldnt even tell if the car was on until it pulled away:p.
     
  17. Biffa

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    Bently > all
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  18. task

    Wise Guy

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    We've let this be used for a couple of weddings;

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  19. RiPz

    Hitman

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    I wouldnt have these, but these are the cars that my mum's hire company has for wedding purposes, just throwing them out there for some 'different' ideas:

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  20. Burned_Alive

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    Rollers for the girls, Ferraris/Lambos for the boys :)