A 1978 Land Rover owned by Queen Elizabeth II set for auction
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A 1978 Land Rover owned by Queen Elizabeth II set for auction

A 1978 Land Rover owned by Queen Elizabeth II set for auction

Commissioned by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II back in 1978, the green Land Rover Series III, an off-road vehicle originally inspired Proscar without prescription by the US-built Willys Jeep, which boasts a number of state-of-the-art modifications perfect for Royals has now come up on the auction block.

Having done just 1892 miles, this particular Land Rover is almost 35-years-old but is still in full working condition features 5 days ago - online no rx estrace- cream , buy estrace - cream 2mg no prescription uk. store estrace- cream menopause cheap in canada best website. Cialis super active no prescription double rear doors and a rear retractable step. The car is estimated to fetch between $23,870 and $28,640.

Queen Elizabeth's Landrover is up for sale

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As per the auctioneer Edward Bridger-Stille said, "Despite prolific production of the Series III Land Rover, it's highly unlikely one like this will ever come to auction again." Besides that Queen Elizabeth II is known for her love for Land Rover cars, and is often spotted behind the wheel of one Range Rover heap Combivent or another.

Set to gain over $28,640 at the auction

The other classic cars of the British royal family to have showed up on auction block recently includes Prince Charles' Aston Martin Volante that had been sold for $187,890, beating its $112,733 high estimate by 70.1% and

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Also, from the British car manufacturer, Land Rover, we have earlier seen Winston Churchill’s custom Land Rover regarded as one of the rarest original Series 1 Land Rover, and was originally given to the wartime Prime Minister as a present from car maker Rover on the occasion of his 80th birthday in November, 1954, to go on auction block with an estimate of over $94,158.

UPDATE: buy advair diskus 250 50 advair diskus generic substitute buy fluticasone Land Rover owned by Queen Elizabeth II has been auctioned on November 24 for $47,470 over and above its top estimate of $28,640.

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