A wed­ding is a uni­que event that sho­uld be remem­be­red and recor­ded in pho­to­gra­phs and video as uni­que, unre­pe­ata­ble, and ori­gi­nal. This aura of uni­queness can be per­fec­tly cre­ated by a clas­sic, vin­tage car that will drive the bride and groom to the church or office and then to the wed­ding recep­tion room.

Why sho­uld you bet on old­ti­mer?

It’s a great way to get to know your family and friends, and it’s also a great way to get to know them. It’s a great way to get a great deal of exer­cise, but it’s also a great way to get a great deal of exer­cise. Of course, modern limo­usi­nes are beau­ti­ful, fast, and com­for­ta­ble, but they do not stand out any­thing spe­cial, in con­trast to the old­ti­mers with a line reco­gni­za­ble from afar, the cha­rac­te­ri­stic sound of the engine, and the uni­que inte­rior design.

Where to rent a vin­tage car?

A retro car is cer­ta­inly more dif­fi­cult to rent than an ele­gant and well-kept modern car. Howe­ver, you can count on ren­ting an old­ti­mer in big cities – for exam­ple, if you are plan­ning your wed­ding in Mało­pol­ska and you are inte­re­sted in ren­ting a vin­tage car, be sure to visit Auto­Ve­tus. Loca­ted in Kra­ków, this ren­tal com­pany not only rents vin­tage cars but also reno­va­tes them – an expe­rien­ced team of spe­cialists resto­res vehic­les, which can then be found in the com­pany’s offer.

What kind of cars can you rent at Auto­Ve­tus?

For wed­dings and recep­tions, the ren­tal com­pany recom­mends won­der­ful cars from the 50 s of the last cen­tury. Each of them is main­ta­ined in a sli­gh­tly dif­fe­rent conven­tion, all ori­gi­nal, attrac­tive and luxu­rious.

Black and white Jagu­ars. A lot of inte­rest among custo­mers looking for cars for the wed­ding are two Jagu­ars. The first of them, a conver­ti­ble, altho­ugh it Was pro­du­ced in 1952, is main­ta­ined in the style of pre-war cars. Clas­sic lines and cha­rac­te­ri­stics for the bygone era body colors con­trast beau­ti­fully with the red leather inte­rior uphol­stery. Jaguar MKV is an exc­lu­sive car, whose stan­dard at that time is com­pa­ra­ble with the cur­rent E class. This Auto­Ve­tus exam­ple is the only Jaguar MKV with a fol­ding roof cur­rently run­ning in Poland.

Ano­ther car from the Bri­tish brand, equ­ally beau­ti­ful and in the same color scheme, is the MKIX. The last of the big Jagu­ars, cal­led Big Cats by the col­lec­tors, is a tech­ni­cally advan­ced, beau­ti­ful, and luxu­rious vehicle equ­ip­ped with four doors. Its inte­rior is com­for­ta­ble, even com­pa­red to con­tem­po­rary cars.

White 1959 Cadil­lac Series 62 Conver­ti­ble. This legen­dary conver­ti­ble Was desi­gned with great pana­che – beau­ti­ful lines, 8 cylin­der engine, auto­ma­ti­cally remo­va­ble roof, and spa­cious cabin are unde­nia­bly impres­sive. In order to empha­size the cha­rac­ter of this car, after resto­ra­tion, it Was given a beau­ti­ful and remar­ka­ble dark blue inte­rior.

Blue Hud­son Hor­net. This coupe, offe­red by Auto­Ve­tus, altho­ugh obvio­usly a two-door, thanks to its truly Ame­ri­can size allows not only easy entry and exit from the vehicle, but also pro­vi­des com­for­ta­ble tra­vel both on the front seats and the rear bench seat. The navy blue and light brown uphol­stery and the car’s unu­sual spa­ciousness, are not indi­ca­tive of the model’s sporty past. Hud­son Hor­net in the years 1952–54 won undi­spu­ted first pla­ces in NASCAR series races. Ava­ila­ble at Auto­Ve­tus is the only repre­sen­ta­tive of the model in Poland.