Introducing our classic and vintage car collection for the perfect entrance to your wedding. In partnership with our car curator, Stephen Poat, we have a range of rare and immaculate cars from a privately-owner collection belonging to Deer Park Country House owner, Nigel Wray.
- Choose from a fleet of nine photogenic cars, all in immaculate condition
- Our uniformed chauffeur will deliver you from your house to ours
To find out more, call our Wedding team now on 01404 394052
Meet the fleet
I say! Our fully restored XK 150 is extraordinary! Now wearing Jaguar British racing green, it has a sumptuous and very tasteful “period” red leather interior, highlighted with a grey headliner.
The car is powered by a 3.4 Litre version of the legendary XK engine, making the driving experience of this car something to be enjoyed but respected. It also makes the most wonderful sound that anyone interested in cars could wish to hear.
Fabulous Rolls Royce
In the lap of luxury…
Our Rolls was one of the very first Phantom 1 cars to be constructed in 1925 and originally had two bodies, one for summer and one for winter use. It has since been remodelled in Switzerland, and now sports a one-off Nordberg design. The truly unique design features a slightly raked windscreen angle, brass dashboard, “pop up” seats in the back, and delightful wooden running boards. Its luxury, beauty and grace make for a jolly splendid driving experience.
An American car with a history that can be traced back to the dawn of motoring. 1899 to be precise. Our Packard V12, of which only a limited number were made, features all the luxury you would expect from a car that was miles ahead of its time; cushioned seats, foot rests, wood interior, factory fitted “wireless set” radio and even a heater! Be captivated by the sheer grace and size of this wonderful whispering beauty; one of the most tranquil cars you will ever have the pleasure to drive.
Top notch tourer…
The latest edition to the Deer Park Classic Car Collection, our Chevrolet Universal Phaeton, was built in Michigan USA in 1930.
It’s been quite famous over the years, featuring in television productions such as Agatha Christie’s Poirot and used extensively by Shell Oils and other well known companies as a promotional vehicle. It’s also worked alongside none other than Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! I say!
With its silky smooth 3.3 litre engine and paintwork that appears as if made from glass, not much surpasses a jaunt out in this truly magnificent Vintage Car.