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Queen Elizabeth II’s Range Rover hits the auction market after nearly 20 years and over 100,000 miles

A vehicle formerly owned by Queen Elizabeth II is hitting the auction market. The green SUV has tan leather and other specific modifications fit for a queen.

Fans of the Royal family and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II might be interested in getting a new vehicle soon. 

A 2004 Range Rover L322 that is formerly the property of Queen Elizabeth II has hit the auction market — and is officially for sale at Iconic Auctioneers. 

The vehicle, which was first registered in 2004, is an Epsom Green and Sand Hide color with a modified front grille that includes covert lights, according to the auctioneers.

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The car has over 109,000 miles.

It has a comprehensive service history — including specific locations for each completed service.

Iconic Auctioneers notes in its auction listing that the car is in "excellent condition" and is one that "will stand out from the crowd."

Although the Range Rover shines with beauty, the owner will need to know — or be willing to learn — how to right-hand drive a vehicle, according to SWNS. 

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Other additions to the automatic transmission vehicle include dual rear window switches and rear grab handles to assist with entry and exit of the vehicle. 

The Range Rover also includes the required switch pack, front and rear seat covers, a dog guard, a load space mat, side steps and mud flaps, according to the auctioneers. 

The vehicle was supplied to Iconic Auctioneers by Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations per Contract 34319, as noted on Iconic Auctioneers website. 

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The former car of the Queen is expected to sell for between $52,000 and $63,500 once the auction goes live on Saturday, Nov. 11. 

Those interested in the vehicle can bid in the room, by phone online or via commission, according to Iconic Auctioneers. 

Although this one is unique, this is not the first time the Royals have sold their vehicles — which were made available for purchase by the public. 

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In 2020, Prince William and Kate Middleton sold their 2013 Range Rover Vogue SE to a dealer before Bonhams MPH May Auction listed the vehicle for sale in 2021. 

In 2022, Queen Elizabeth II’s Jaguar station wagon was auctioned by Historics Auctioneers with over 72,000 miles for roughly $48,000. 

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FOX Business reached out to Iconic Auctioneers for further comment. 

Gary Gastelu contributed reporting.

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