Princess Margaret’s custom Rolls Royce with royal crest and police lights set to sell for £50,000 – The Sun
A ROLLS Royce owned by Princess Margaret for more than two decades is set to go under the hammer for £50,000.
The Silver Wraith II was delivered to the Kensington Palace on May 16 after being carefully handcrafted by the British automaker.
Princess Margaret used the classic car for private and public engagements over 20 years, making it her longest serving vehicle.
It was even used by her family members to transport them to her funeral at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in 2002.
Notable passengers in the classic red car during this time include the Queen, Queen Mother and US president Ronald Reagan.
Bidders will have the chance to secure a piece of British history, with the model boasting the Royal Crest and a blue police light.
The exterior of the car also features a polished veneer which didn't reflect photographers' camera flashed.
The rear seat was raised in order for the Royal to be seen by revellers as she drove past at events.
It also comes with a history book, which showcases some never before seen images of the Royals and their guests.
It is tipped to get plenty of interest when it goes up for sale later this at Bramleys Motor Cars.
It's not the first Royal motor to get plenty of interest at auction.
A vintage motor previously owned by The Queen sold for a staggering £80,000 at auction.
The Daimler Double Six saloon had a rear seat specifically designed so her pet corgis can sit in comfort.
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