Vintage Limousine Fleet

1949 Fleetwood Cadillac 1940 Packard

1949 Fleetwood Cadillac

Whether taking the musical show on the road through St. Louis, Nashville and Memphis, or chauffeuring greats like Patsy Cline, Chet Atkins, Brenda Lee and Johnny Cash, our spacious and elegant limousine has a country music legacy like no other.  Used as a touring car for the first nationally broadcast country music show, the Ozark Jubilee, this air-conditioned limousine has just undergone a complete renovation to faithfully restore it to its former glory.  It is truly a musical and motor museum piece.

1948 Fleetwood Cadillac

This midnight blue Fleetwood Cadillac limousine is quite rare, and only a handful are still in operation around the world. This stunning automobile has been carefully maintained throughout its prestigious career. With its automatic divider window, it provides not only spacious comfort but superior privacy.


1940 Packard

Seating up to seven adults in air-conditioned comfort, this magnificent white 1940 Packard limousine from southern California is very rare, was a favorite of film stars and is the only one of its type known to be on the road today.


1946 Mark IV
This rare and magnificent silver 1946 Jaguar Mark IV was a model favored by the royal family, This four door, right hand drive vehicle was prominently displayed in an international auto museum before its arrival in the U.S.where it underwent full restoration.

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