A Happy Customer with the Fiat

Okay so we”ve got some great news for you – believe it or not, you don”t have to be loaded these days to drive a classic car of your dreams.

Hiring a classic is a more cost effective alternative and is an excellent idea for many reasons – here are just a few: Christmas present; anniversary surprise; birthday gift; Father”s day treat; a romantic gesture, or maybe just because you fancy doing something different with your weekend.

Well you don”t need to find an excuse to hire a classic car from a local company in Milton Keynes –  why don”t you give them a call and see what they have available for you.

They can offer you the best choice of classic Italian and British cars for hire from as little as £30 per day.

So what do you fancy?  A nostalgic classic car like their 1978 blue Fiat 127, or perhaps hire a classic sports car like a 1967 white Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider!

They have a great range of classic cars available for hire in Milton Keynes to suit you.  Daily rates are very competitive and they also offer fantastic weekend deals for classic car hire with no restrictions on mileage.

Also, you don”t have to look far for some lovely country driving around their gorgeous local countryside – all within a stones-throw of their centrally located garages.  Can you see yourself arriving in style for a day at Towcester Races or perhaps even Silverstone?  Or you could hire a classic car to create the right romantic impression for a drive out to Dunstable Downs or Wrest Park – just think of the possibilities.

They even offer a classic car airport service from Luton – now that”s a thought, especially if you fancy adding a touch of style to your travels, whether it be for business or pleasure.

Here”s why they are the best place for car hire in Milton Keynes area :

  • Have an excellent selection of classic Italian and British cars (call them for latest list)
  • Offer daily rates from as little at £30 per day
  • Have fantastic weekend rates for you to enjoy 48 blissful hours of classic car driving
  • Drive as much as you want – place no limits on your mileage
  • Provide full insurance for stress-free classic car hire and peace of mind
  • Their classic cars are reliable and well-maintained and they also provide full breakdown cover
  • Offer an airport drop-off and collection service within the region
  • I think they have thought of everything, but if there”s anything further that you”d like to ask them about, don”t hesitate to call or email

Their classic cars are not only beautiful, they are also comfortable and completely reliable – here”s a selection of their current stock :

1969 Fiat 500L in Blue

Cute, chic, and a classic car for all the right reasons.  This little classic Italian car is available for hire from February 2013.



1969 Fiat 500L in Positano Yellow

Retro, and a head turner both for its style and striking colour.  This classic car is available for hire and will certainly get you noticed around town.


1967 Alfa Romeo Duetto Spider in White

AKA the Roundtail Spider – this is a truly beautiful classic car, as featured in the movie “The Graduate”.


1971 Lancia Fulvia in Red

Simply fun and stylish, this classic car is a fantastic drive and one of their most popular models.


1978 Fiat 127 in Blue

The ultimate super-mini with oodles of style.  This retro classic car is available for hire now.



1974 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV in Red

A pocket rocket that just had to be red. This superb classic car will turn heads for all the right reasons and sounds simply beautiful.


This is just a selection of their cars and they are adding more each month.  From April 2013 they are planning on extending their range to include a Jaguar XJ-S and modern classic, the Jaguar XK8.

Please contact them today and discuss which of their classic cars you”d like to hire – they are a friendly bunch and will be their pleasure to have a chat and answer any questions you may have.

(update 06/09/13 – the cars are currently being overhauled, once complete then I”ll publish the contact details again)


Emma Jones


This article was written and published by Emma Jones.  Emma works for Trade Classics as an in-house journalist and copywriter and has many years” experience in the classic car sector.  Why not write a reply on this article below – she”d love to hear your thoughts on her thoughts!Google

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James Heenan
James Heenan
4 years ago

Would like to know how much to hire a 127 for a weekend