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Late Queen’s Range Rover Set To Be Auctioned

The Range Rover that was owned by the late Queen Elizabeth II is to be auctioned off next month.

​​The 4X4, which Her Majesty drove herself, is expected to command around £60,000 when it goes on sale at the NEC in Birmingham on November 11th. 

First spotted in 2004 when the late monarch was pictured getting out of the Range Rover at the Royal Windsor Horse Show that year, the third-generation L322 Range Rover has clocked 109,675 miles. 

Iconic Auctioneers – the company hosting the auction – revealed the Epson Green vehicle is customised to royal specifications including the modified front grille with covert lights, front and rear seat covers, load space mat, the mandatory dog guard, side steps and mud flaps, this vehicle should still provide a touch of luxury despite being being quite an old model. 

Iconic Auctioneers said: “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 will stand out from the crowd and there will doubtless be any number of Royal fans bidding for this gracious piece of Royal automotive history.”

Considering this vehicle that’s almost 20-years-old is still in such pristine condition, this just goes to show how strong and sturdy Range Rovers truly are. 

Having said that, even the hardiest of vehicles need repairing from time to time, and Land Rovers and Range Rovers are sadly no different. So if you have a 4×4 that could use some TLC then get in touch and enquire about our services. We offer a complete engine rebuilding service to help get your vehicle back to its best!

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