A 2012 Bentley Muslanne that took the Queen on a trip during her Diamond Jubilee is now up for grabs.
The ex-Royal Household car is offered on AutoTrader website for just under £200,000, with less than 6,000 miles on the clock.
The listing claims that the Muslanne was used exclusively by the Queen over two years. Among the several occasions on which the monarch used the car was a visit to 10 Downing Street to attend her first cabinet meeting, as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. It also transported her to events that marked her 60 years on the throne.
The magnificent vehicle is currently owned by collector and royal fan Simon Gregg, who bought the car after it was retired from the Queen’s fleet in 2014.
The same advertisement shows the saloon’s sat-nav still set to ferry the to her Windsor residence. A gallery of pictures also offers a sneak peek into the exterior and interior of the rare snatch.
Mr Gregg, who is the managing director of Bramley Motor Cars, told the Royal Central that the car racked up less than 1,000 miles after serving the Queen.
‘’I believe that the Bentley covered approximately 7-800 miles after it was released by Bentley Motors following its service within the Royal Household.’’
Mr Gregg, however, denied that the rare shade of Barnato Green had armoured plates removed as part of changes made into the car’s special features, such as removing the police lighting, communications, along with the royal coat of arms and the bulletproof glass.
The new owner will enjoy a raft of upgrades into the already-immaculate model. The car is equipped with satellite navigation system, automatic air conditioning and cruise control. The door panels and picnic tables have also been veneered by the manufacturer.
The biggest bonus, however, will be the honour to inherit a car previously owned and graced by Her Majesty on a very special occasion.
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