CLASSIC CAR RENTAL LOS ANGELES

Cadillac El Dorado

Cadillac El Dorado

The Cadillac El Dorado is a classic car that is ideal for traveling around Los Angeles and Las Vegas. With room for 4 and luggage!
Buick Le Sabre

Buick Le Sabre

Our classic Buick has been rented for photo shoots, weddings, music videos and films. The elegant lines and long wheel base are beautiful.
Vintage Cadillac

Vintage Cadillac

Our red Cadillac is a classic that will never go out of style. The spacious interior and convertible top make tours of Los Angeles a treat.
Chevy Camaro

Chevy Camaro

The Chevrolet Camaro is a beauty with all the classic curves and an exhaust note that exhilarates your senses. Take this car for a drive in LA and Vegas!

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Faq's

1How much will my classic automobile cost?
Many of the folks we talk to have a desire to own a classic car, but think that it's just too expensive for them. Owning a classic car doesn't have to be a financial burden. It's supposed to be fun, exciting, and something to be proud of. We look at our classics as investments that increase in value over time. And you can actually own a classic car for a lot less than you'd think. Starter classics can be built in the range of $10,000 to $25,000. It really just depends on what you're looking for and what your budget is.
2How can I increase the life of my classic automobile?
Change the oil regularly. Rotate the tires. Don't yell at her if she acts up! Classics are an investment. If you take good care of your cars—and we know you do—then just give it a little extra attention now and then. But it's really very similar to owning any other car.
3What car I really want to drive?
We get asked this question ALL THE TIME. And it's a tough one. It really depends on your specific car tastes and experiences through the years. • Do you want to own that 1970 Dodge Charger R/T that was your first car and you let get away? • Or would you rather have a speedy rebuilt C10 Pickup 4x4 on a Corvette Chassis. It's really up to you. When most folks look into their first classic, they generally want a car or truck that they have a personal connection with. Maybe it was their family car growing up, or their first car when they hit the road. If you want some examples or ideas, feel free to ask!
4How can I increase the life of my classic automobile?
Change the oil regularly. Rotate the tires. Don't yell at her if she acts up! Classics are an investment. If you take good care of your cars—and we know you do—then just give it a little extra attention now and then. But it's really very similar to owning any other car.