NCT is truly a family based business located in the heart of beautiful Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario, Canada. Launched over a decade ago by Ian E. Mole with one Rolls Royce Silver Cloud III, NCT now operates Ontario's largest commercial classic car fleet, including seven classic Rolls Royce. Currently owned and operated by brothers Matthew and David J. Mole, the entire Mole family plays an important part in delivering first class services throughout Southern Ontario. Brothers Edward & Andrew Mole offer expert consultation on logistics, HR, & preventative maintenance. In 2003, David Mole was the star of a Tim Horton's National Commercial Campaign entitled, "Missing Home." NCT has been awarded a number of community and customer service awards including the "Spirit of Niagara" Award (2008), 40 Under 40 Business Link Achievement Award (2009). Proud supports of the Canadian, American, and British Armed Services, NCT is honoured by those men and women who protect our freedom with the ultimate sacrifice - their lives!
The NCT Founding Family
Ian Edward Mole III
Founder & Wedding Account President
Hailing from the northern part of Northumberland in England, Ian has always been taken by timeless British vehicles, great family celebrations, and breathtaking landscapes. After leaving England to pursue a career in banking in his early 20s he was blessed to meet Anne one evening in Toronto and ended up having four (4) wonderful boys, all of whom are now part of the Niagara Classic Family of service. Upon Ian's retirement from the Bank of Montreal in Toronto as an executive he decided to commence a simple, one car 'retirement' wedding company with a 1965 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud. For two years, he was the entire service - from booking, to cleaning, to actually driving the bride and groom on their special day. Upon the return of number three son Matthew from Spain, NCC began a much more complex, FULL TIME operation throughout the entire Niagara Region. Sitting back today, Ian enjoys watching the entire fleet move on Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays, witnessing up to 15 weddings a day leave our shop. By far, his most memorable wedding experience was serving a massive Croatian wedding late in 2009. Taking place in the Hamilton area, the service itself involved over two thousand people. His Rolls Royce was literally the lead vehicle all throughout the Hamilton area where photographs and the reception took place. Ian's commitment to weddings is legendary and truly a British throwback to years gone by.'
Matthew T. Mole
Owner & Operations Director
After extensive travel and work in the United Kingdom and Spain, Matthew returned to the 'Niagara Classic' family to champion both full time growth and an effective operations discipline. While living in England and Spain Matthew operated a number of successful businesses, including a 'Tavern,' located just outside of London. His commitment to customer service has been at the heart of NCT's growth and drive forward. You'll find Matt most days firmly planted in the back shop of NCT HQ in Niagara on the Lake, coordinating all vehicles prepped for service and ensuring that all driver's are prepared for their individual services. One of Matt's most memorable moments was driving a number of Hollywood stars while shooting a film onset in Toronto. NCT's London Cabs have been in numerous feature films and made for TV movies.
David J. Mole
Owner & President
Happily married to his loving wife Tara, David joined the 'Niagara Classic Family,' full time after working as a high school Chaplain in St. Catharines in 2004. While studying overseas with Queen's University David's story was selected as a 'Tim Horton's' real life CANADIAN COMMERICAL, entitled 'Missing Home!'
As a proud advocate of the Niagara Region, David coordinates all reservations and loves nothing more then helping interested clients find the perfect transportation for their needs. With a special interest in the limousine industry, Dave is excited to be always researching new vehicles, service packages, and communications methods for customer satisfaction. By far, his most memorable drive was during the Niagara Wine Auction in 2006 when he was conscripted to be the personal chauffeur of Mr. Taylor Hicks of American Idol fame.