Classic Car Hire
Hiring a classic car for a special occasion is garunteed to make someone's dream come true. Whether it be transport to a wedding, a birthday gift experience, or a car to tour the Yorkshire Moors, our classic cars are the perfect fit. Take a look at the quality cars we have available!
Betty is the oldest member of the fleet, first registered 9th August 1960. She has had seven former keepers, most recently from Falmouth. Our Morris Minors, Betty, Sally and Trevor, are all Morris Minor 1000’s, first introduced in 1956 as the final version, a modernised, easier to drive and more powerful car with a single curved windscreen, a larger rear window and a larger (948cc) engine.
Betty is a Convertible. Since June 1951 Tourers were renamed, although it has fixed-glass rear side windows instead of removable screens. The last convertible made in England was produced in June 1969.
As our oldest Morris Minor, she is notable for having clap hands windscreen wipers, and the old style trafficators rather than indicators, which are semaphore signals. She now also has (removable) flashing indicators as modern motorists can easily miss spotting old style semaphore ones.
Trevor is a Morris Minor Traveller. This version of Morris Minor's were introduced in 1953 and the last to leave production was in 1971. Trevor the Traveller is the second oldest of the fleet, first registered 1th August 1968.
There have been five former keepers, with the previous keeper in Northern Ireland, when in March 2012 Trevor was brought back to Yorkshire, crossing the Irish Sea on the ferry from Belfast to Wigtownshire.
Trevor has 948cc engine with a strengthened crankshaft and better quality bearings alongside the improved synchro gearbox with a shorter, remote lever and higher-ratio back axle transformed performance, with maximum speed up by at least 10 mph, with 20 seconds cut off the 0-60 time.
Bridget was first registered on the 10th May 1976 and is the youngest car in the fleet. She has had 13 former keepers, and before her current owner hailed from Middlesbrough.
Bridget started life as an MG Midget. She was later rebodied and rebuilt as a replica Austin-Healey Frogeye Sprite with a 1.5 litre Triumph engine. The rebuilt car is known as a “Tifosi Rana”. She shares a number of important parts with Morris Minors and at a stretch can be thought of as a 2 seater Minor.
Our version is powered by a 1,300cc Triumph Spitfire engine, which means Bridget is considerably sportier than an original!
Sally is our maroon 4 door Saloon. Sally was first registered 26th February 1970, being the second youngest of the four cars for hire. She has had 6 former keepers, most recently from York so hasn’t travelled far.
Sally boasts a larger (948cc) engine with a strengthened crankshaft and better quality bearings alongside the improved synchro gearbox with a shorter, remote lever and higher-ratio back axle have transformed performance, with maximum speed up by at least 10mph, with 20 seconds cut off the 0-60 time.