Marshall Hulls wedding car and limousine exclusively Humbers are in matching two-tone livery of Black Pearl over Shell Grey. All cars are fully ribboned, discreetly flowered, and expertly valeted for your special day. It is also important to remember that all our cars are hired out for our customers individual wedding i.e.(the cars you hire do not undertake any other wedding that day.) This allows ourselves to offer the cars you choose to have extra journey to the church if you wish. Also included are impromptu stops at parks and gardens for photographs on the day of the wedding if you desire. And if the church is close to the reception, return trips to collect guests. This certainly helps make your day more relaxing, and ensures your chosen photographer is not unnecessarily hurried.
Marshall Wedding Cars
Your wedding day should be one of the happiest days you as a couple will share.
Marshalls wedding cars have been taking care to make sure your dreams gets off to the best possible start since 1976 and to show you how we have achieved this we have prepaired this short video of us and our happy brides and grooms and there family and friends enjoying that special day.
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Humber Super Snipe Sports MK3
The MK3 Super Snipe Saloons were the largest touring saloons of the 50's. Similar to the Humber Pullmans but without the glass divisions and occasional seats
Humber Super Snipe Sports MK4
The MK 1V Super Snipe was produced between 1953-1956 and were greatly admired for the then streamlined coachwork by Thrupp & Maberley. The new Blue Riband engines which were fitted in these cars was believed to be the finest built in Humbers history and ensured safe, speedy and comfortable motoring for busy executives and wealthy families.
Humber Impreial Landaulette
This unique landaulette limousine provides open air transport but without the draught associated with convertibles. With it high roof line and rear quarter windows it allow complete protection for passengers travelling in a style rarely seen.
This unique landaulette limousine was originally built for King George VI for his state visit to Austrailia and is the only known survivor of this very rare landaulette style coachwork by Thrupp & Maberley