The late Queen’s customised Range Rover is set to go under the hammer next month.
The 4×4, which has been driven by Her Majesty, is expected to sell for around £60,000. Iconic Auctioneers says the L322 Range Rover was made to royal specification.
Registered in 2004, the Queen was seen driving the vehicle at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. Finished in Epsom Green, it has a modified front grille with covert lights, front and rear seat covers, the mandatory dog guard, load space mat, side steps and mud flaps.
The Range Rover has covered 109,675 miles from new and comes with a full service history, including trips to specialist mechanics in Mayfair and Windsor. The auctioneer says the vehicle remains in “excellent” condition.
Iconic Auctioneers say: “In addition, there are other fitments that are more specific to Her Majesty’s vehicles such as dual rear window switches and rear grab handles to assist with entry and exit, a common feature on Royal 4x4s.”
“Remaining in excellent condition throughout and with confirmed Royal ownership, this is one Range Rover that has, and will, stand out from the crowd.
“There will doubtless be any number of Royal fans bidding for this gracious piece of British Royal automotive history.”
Iconic Auctioners have set a guide price of £50,000 to £60,000 for the sale, which will happen at the NEC in Birmingham on 11 November.