Cool wedding cars are a great way to make an impressive entrance when tying the knot, as well as adding that personal petrolhead touch to your big day. We asked our Facebook readers to dig through their wedding albums and show us how they chose to arrive in style at their own nuptials. Here's just some of the photos and stories we received, and there's even some regular SM faces and feature cars you might recognise...
Crystal Boulger Dad's HQ Kingswood sedan, Renee's HQ Premier and my HQ Kingswood wagon.
Aaron Bronger Well known around the country now! But really happy to have Mark's car in our wedding (left). We were also lucky to have another HQ, Shane's 383 sedan (right). Both sounded awesome as they finished, we could hear them three blocks away.
Luke Wirth HK GTS Monaro, RT Charger and my brother's ZB Fairlane, because the bloke with his John Goss Special couldn't make it - would have been perfect.
Paulie Petlikovski GSHOON and LOLDEN
Jodie Wilson Our ceremony was at 3pm and Tyler went for the first test drive after a five year, ground-up rebuild at 11am.
Aaron Yogi Waples Had a Monaro...we got married in '98 and the funny thing is, this is exactly the same car my parents used as their wedding car in '71. It was a one-owner vehicle when we used it and it was in beautiful condition. It was only sold by the family when the owner was unable to drive anymore. Would've loved to have had it in my garage, I was one of a few that ever got to drive it. Classic.
Amber Raudon Married 17 years now and still have the car - this is a recent picture. Have drag raced with a bride down Meremere in it, years ago and an Aussie couple who raced bikes competitively, but only petrolheads ask for this car as a wedding car now as it has a half roll cage and no backseat.
Jason Behringer 20 years ago, had Rock IV for the boys to the church.
Tam Forwood Hubby and I having some fun after our wedding ceremony. Both were VE Commodores. Hubby was doing circle work around me while I was sitting on the spot.
Glenn Whittingham My '36 Chev and Chris Abela's '32 Tudor joined Ray with the killa '37 Roadster for his son's wedding.
Pete Rolfe One of the tidiest XBs I have ever seen and a top bloke who owns it!
Chad Sansom My mate's HK GTS and my HK Premier and a BBC Impala. Best day!
Bec Hewett My little 'Daisy' on our wedding day, nearly 20 years ago! I miss my car!
Jeff McDonald Two XW GTs for the girls. Big-block XB and XC Cobra for the boys!
Andrew Watters A wedding we did a while back. Blown tubbed big-block Caddy.
Braeden Hetherington My wedding!
Steve Hicks VZ Clubsport T51R & E85. The ladies loved it.
Daniel Wonson My '67 Impala
Damian Lewis My wed sled...1950 Ford Single Spinner
Rowan Gordon Mortal enemies.
Daniel J Kuiper We had a '32 Ford, a '69 Camaro, a '72 Dodge Charger, a '70 Dodge Charger and a '61 Caddy. The girls had a '67 Shelby convertible and a '66 Mustang coupe.
Michael Mats My XE and two ESPs.
Andrew Smith Only the best for our wedding.
Dion Argaet Used my XR GT replica for mine.
Carolyn N Brett Sommerfeld Two HJ Monaros and a HQ SS.
Luke Coble My 1963 airbagged Impala.
John Ragnar Schneider
Cas Di Pasquale
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