Classic Cars for Rent
If you’re looking for something extra special for a special occasion, or if you already know that you need vintage cars for a photo shoot or movie, PlaceReady not only helps you find places that you can rent by the hour or day, but we can also help you find classic cars for a special event.
Types of Special Occasions to Rent Classic Cars For
PlaceReady specializes in finding unique places and items to make a special day even more memorable. Some of the special occasions that people use our services for include:
- Cars for Weddings: Why not make a great occasion even better by driving away in your choice of many classic cars? People can use cars for weddings as both the vehicle that they drive away in, as well as a special touch to use in their wedding photographs.
- Cars for Photo Shoots: If you or someone special to you loves vintage cars and are planning on having a photo shoot, PlaceReady can make that happen. Vintage cars can be used in high school senior photos or photo shoots for commercial purposes.
- Cars for Films: Cars for films can add a level of authenticity and character to a film. For producers who need a special car for their film, PlaceReady can help them find the exact make, model, and year that they are looking for.
Types of Cars Available
PlaceReady has cars from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. To get your mind turning, here are some cars that you could find.
- 1940s: If you love the nostalgia of cars from the 40s, a Chrysler Windsor or Plymouth Roadking might be the car for you next occasion or shoot.
- 1950s: Do you love cars from the 50s? How about a 1954 Hudson Hornet or a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air? These two iconic vehicles can be found, fully restored, in their classic colors and interior detailing.
- 1960s: How do you feel about muscle cars from the 60s? Some of the most iconic vehicles include the Shelby Cobra, Pontiac GTO, and the Chevrolet Camaro.
- 1970s: The Pontiac Firebird and the Ford Pinto are a couple of vehicles that you could find on PlaceFinder.
One of the most iconic vehicles from the 1940s is the Chrysler Windsor. It was built from 1939 to the 1960s. It was manufactured as a two-door coupe, four-door sedan, two-door hardtop, two-door convertible, or four-door wagon, and came in classic colors such as white, black, and mint green. It was redesigned in 1949 for the 25th anniversary of Chrysler, giving it a boxier exterior design, and making the version that was sold in the 1940s that much more distinctive.
Chevrolet Bel Air
The Chevy Bel Air is one of the vehicles that most often is used to represent cars in the 1950s in movies. With its distinctive tail design, it was a full-size muscle car that defined cars from the 50s. It came as a two-door coupe, two-door hardtop, four-door sedan, two-door convertible, and four-door hardtop.
The Cobra was a two-door roadster with a distinctive design that is often used on movie sets. With its unique hood design, this vehicle is instantly recognizable from as being from the 60s. It came in classic colors such as blue and red, and it often had a signature stripe down the center of the vehicle.
The Firebird was a pony car or muscle car that came as a two-door coupe or a two-door convertible. This classic vehicle came in colors such as cherry red and black. Although the production of the vehicle began in 1967 and ended in 2002, the versions from the late 60s through the 70s are distinctive from more recent versions.
These classic vehicles can be found if you look around hard enough. Why not let PlaceReady help you find it? PlaceReady can help you find so many things for your special occasions, photo shoots, and movies, including the vehicles that will make special occasions even more memorable.