ROGER'S CLASSIC CARS
CLASSIC OLDSMOBILE WEDDING & EVENT CARS
1972 CUTLASS SUPREME CONVERTIBLE
Our favorite all-white, classic wedding car!
With it's sporty body style and convertible top, you will be guaranteed to ride off in style!
Still looking for your "something blue" for your wedding day? Look no further - the classy Carolina Blue Dynamic 88 will do the trick!
CLASSIC OLDSMOBILE CARS
We would love to be your "something old" for your wedding or special event!
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ABOUT ROGER'S CLASSIC CARS
Why me, why now with these Classic cars?
These are family cars, survivors in today’s terms. They’ve both enabled and participated in a lifetime of events as we’ve navigated and survived the 60’s and 70’s together!
Our cars were a major part of our growing up in North Carolina. They were our memory makers and dream chasers taking us places near and far. Sunday afternoon trips to see family in nearby towns, trips to the beach, the mountains and beyond.
We’re still making memories together today. That is why I’m sharing these through Rogers Classic Cars. It’s time they provided pleasure to others while we enjoy watching! (Well, there’s also my insistent daughter and wedding planner Alyson, that has a burning desire to make her brides and grooms happy!)
We love hearing the comments from all age groups, like “Wow, I had one like that”, or ”my dad had one”, or one of my favorites; “I remember my boyfriend’s and the places we use-to-go “parking”. Sometimes that IS the husband standing nearby, other times she has some explaining to do! Well there’s a story there for sure!!
My most favorite question is from the “younger crowd”, (no labels here!) asking “what is that” or “what is an Oldsmobile”. Stand back when that happens because I may be a while, taking them all the way back and setting history straight! It was Ransom Eli Olds that built his 1st gasoline powered car in 1897. His first mass produced car, the Curved Dash Oldsmobile went to market in 1901, as the 1st mass produced gasoline powered vehicle! It was this car, NOT Henry Ford's Model T, that was the first mass-produced American motor vehicle.
We hope you enjoy our cars as much as we have!