In cream and navy, with a cream leather interior, this 1930’s style limousine with a drop down folding Landaulette roof, is perfect for any wedding. It can be used for the bride and groom or alternatively for the bridesmaids and is capable of carrying up to 6 passengers.
Other cars ideal for the Bridesmaids The Bramwith OUI & UIJ
The Bramwith ETR History:
Bramwith Motor Company Limited was a British manufacturer of automobiles and one of several companies that used the Vintage brand name.
Bramwith Motor Company was founded on May 23, 2007. Matthew Dowd was the director and Alan Edward Beilby secretary. The seat was either in Doncaster or in Cleckheaton .
Alan Beillby founded the company Heritage Vintage & Classic Vehicles back in 1996 , which later became Vintage Motor Company and Vintage Replicas . In 1998 began the production of automobiles, which were marketed as vintage . In 2004, Asquith Motors took over and founded Asquith Vintage Classics
Beilby left the company on September 1, 2007. Richard Andrew Byrne also became a director on April 14, 2008. On October 29, 2008, Matthew Dowd retired. On 22 May 2009, Matthew O. Dowd briefly director. On July 5, 2009, Byrne retired. Ian Michael Sykes became the new director on September 7, 2009. 2010 ended production. Until then, 125 vehicles were created.
AWS Limited of Ellesmere Port took over in 2010 leftovers from the company and continued production. The brand name remained unchanged. 2013 Branford Motor Company Limited from Ness .
The offer included vehicles in the style of the 1930s. The vehicles resembled the Ford Model A from the period 1928-1931. The Badsworth was a landaulet. Barnsdale and Bramwith were sedans. These cars have very long bodies to offer space for seven to eight people. The vehicles were often used for wedding transport. The Ryecroft was a four-door touring car .