The word ‘livery’ itself derives from the French livrée.
The term ‘livery’ comes from the time when coaches were available only through the services of a livery stable, and the coachmen were uniformed, according to which company they represented. Today in North America, a ‘livery vehicle’ remains a legal term of art for a vehicle for hire, such as a taxicab or chauffeured limousine, or luxury sedan.
- Equestrian Events
- Black Tie Galas
- Formal Dinners
- Performing Arts Events
Pinewood’s 1967 Bentley T1 Saloon was manufactured for the European market, excluding the United Kingdom, and hence it is left hand drive and the gages are in kilometers.
Pinewood’s 1965 Bentley S3 is a luxury car produced by Bentley Motors from 1962 until 1965. Bentley’s S series were the first true complete redesigns of their standard production car after World War II.
Pinewood’s Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special exemplifies Cadillac’s well known reputation as the Standard of the World … the one car by which all other cars are judged.
Pinewood’s Cadillac DTS Executive was designed as an Executive Sedan with no sunroof, tinted windows, black exterior, black interior and black carpeting.