North Coast Classics offer self-drive classic car hire, and classic car experiences, in the Highlands of Scotland. Hire from 24 hours to 7 days, for a special day, a weekend away, or a road trip round the North Coast 500 or one of the other great driving routes in the Highlands.
We are based in Dingwall, about 15 miles north of Inverness. Our hire rates
include free transfers to our premises from Inverness airport or Inverness or Dingwall train stations.
Our self-drive hire rates also include comprehensive insurance with excess protection (CDW) and up to two additional drivers can be added.
If you are not sure about hiring a classic, or if you are just looking for a shorter classic car experience, we also offer a range of Experiences which will get you behind the wheel of one or more of our classics.
Our hire fleet currently comprises a 1964 Volvo Amazon (122S), another Volvo, an 1800ES from 1973, and two MGB's, a 1970 MGB GT and a 1978 MGB roadster. We also have a 1977 Triumph Dolomite Sprint under restoration, and hopefully to add to the fleet in 2019.
All our cars are carefully maintained using skills developed preparing classic cars for long distance UK and European road rallies. So we are confident that our cars are as reliable as can be but for your peace of mind our hire rates also include AA roadside assistance.
And for your convenience our cars also include a boot pack containing screenwash, first aid kit, a hi-viz vest, a warning triangle, a fire extinguisher, an electric tyre inflator, a picnic rug, and an umbrella (or parasol, if you prefer!). We can also include a 5 litre fuel can which you can use if you wish.
We are members of the North Coast 500 Business Club. The NC500 is a spectacular driving route around the north of Scotland, starting and finishing in Inverness. Not only is it a great route in itself, but it also takes you to many beautiful and fascinating places to visit or explore in the Highlands. Castles, beaches, distilleries - they're all there and much, much more!
There is no better way to drive the route and see the sights than by taking a classic car. Visit the NC500 website for more information, and the VisitScotland website for classic car friendly accommodation and businesses on the route.