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8 Passenger Lincoln Town Car

Looking for an elegant night on the town?  Interested in adding a bit of elegance  to your wedding day?

Now offering an 8 passenger lincoln Town Krystal Koach 5 door car for rental.  

This car with the added front door will allow for much easier access and you won't have to slide the full length of the car in your formal and evening wear or suits.

 

Corporate Sedan

This is a Lincoln factory corporate edition. This sedan has  6" extra leg room for additional comfort. With heated leather seats it allows you to ride in comfort and luxury. The car is also equipped with 90 degree wide opening doors for ease of entry and exit.

This car is the perfect choice for executive travel to and from the airport or any important meeting.

It is also an excellent choice for the bride and groom to travel to the hotel after the reception.

We currently have 2 of these corporate sedans.

14 Passenger Van

This is a very nice van for use as an airport shuttle, and for small group outings as needed.  We can remove the rear seat for some storage if you don't have as many passenger and need room for luggage.  We also have a 6' X 10' enclosed trailer we can use for equipment or luggage for performance groups, athletic teams etc.

This van is also available for small wedding groups to and from hotels etc.

 

Payment Information

Willow Wind Carriage and Limousine Service gladly accepts the following types of payment:

Cash, money order, check.

Beginning August 1, 2017 all new bookings paying with a credit card will incur a 3% convenience fee. Credit cards accepted- Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express

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To all our customers, we are very busy on Friday, Saturday and Sunday doing events as Terry and Mary are both involved in events every weekend and during the week. Please be patient with us if you have submitted a request on Thursday-Sunday. We will contact you as soon as possible. Your request for information and for reservations is very important to us. Thank you, Mary and Terry