A royal Land Rover that was part of the Sandringham Estate fleet during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II has been sold at auction.
The 2008 Land Rover Defender 90 TDCi 2.4 County Station Wagon went under the hammer at the Silverstone Circuit on Saturday afternoon.
The car spent the first 18 months on the 20,000-acre Norfolk estate, covering just 679 miles.
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Since then, the Defender 90 has had several owners and the most recent one has done over 40,000 miles in the last 14 years.
It is described as having a “unique combination of Galway Green and black cloth interior”.
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It was sold through Iconic Auctioneers of the Midlands on Saturday and the guide price was £30,000 to £35,000.
It was bought at Silverstone for £31,000 via telephone bidding.
Speaking ahead of the bid, Iconic Brokers said: “Given its current condition and mileage, one can assume that it has never been involved in any general duties and was part of a unique stable.”