It was a car fit for a queen, and now you can score this royal ride.
A rare, deep green Bentley Mulsanne once owned by Queen Elizabeth is about to go up for auction at a whopping $250,000.
From 2013 to 2015, the Queen used the car at Buckingham Palace. It was then decommissioned from royal use, according to The Sun.
With only 2,000 miles on its odometer and, not surprisingly, an “impeccable service history,” the listing from Piston Heads reads: “It is with great pleasure that we are able to present to market a very special example of Bentley’s Mulsanne derivative.
“This Bernato Green motorcar was formerly owned by HM Queen Elizabeth II and was in service with the Royal Household from 2013 – 2015 with its exclusive use being to transport Her Majesty.
“Its Banarto Green exterior paintwork is paired with a Twine Main Hide and complemented further by Burr Walnut Veneers to its trim and also the door panels,” the listing continues. “This vehicle would make for an exceptional addition to any collection and it is extremely rare to find a car with such provenance and history, especially when related to our longest-reigning monarch.”
The Mulsanne was looked after exclusively by Jack Barclay Bentley while in the Queen’s service — and was returned to Bentley Motor Cars in 2015.