Clean one-owner: 2001 Jaguar Daimler Majestic V8 LWB


Clean one owner.  Only 14,000 miles.  Meticulously maintained.  Previously owned by the Queen of England.  No, really…

That’s right folks, you can go buy this car and proudly proclaim yourself to be the new Queen!  Wait, what?

This beautiful car was delivered to her Majesty the Queen in June 2001. The car was specifically built for the Queen as her own private car and was used by her for 3 years. Delivered by Jaguar with 2,000 test miles the Queen used the car to travel to and from Buckinham Palace and Windsor Castle, to visit friends and travel around the Royal Estate in Windsor.  She also used the car to attend church every Sunday and the car was also used to attend local and less high profile engagements.  A total of a further 12,000 miles was added by the Queen in the 3 years.  The car has since been in secure storage at the Jaguar factory since 05 however always serviced and maintained to perfection.  The car is totally unique and was built for the queen and has many interesting extras and options which include, a redesigned armrest to accomodate the Queens handbag, a hidden panel of security lighting to include blue flashing strobe lamps to the foglamps, alternate flashing rear and main headlight flashers as well as convoy lights fitted behind the rear view mirror.  Special order lambskin rugs, special soft leather and extra and unique window swithches.  A direct link radio to the Home Office and Downing Street has also been fitted to the trunk compartment though non- functional.  Unusually the original registration used by the Queen is still with the car.  This stunning car is in truly immaculate as new condition and has all original paperwork, service book, spare keys and photographs of the Queen driving the car. Naturally the car has every extra plus a few more. A unique and historic opportunity to own the only car ever SPECIFICALLY built for a Queen Of England. Serious enquiries only please.

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Price has yet to be announced but this is one of those rare finds guaranteed to appreciate in value. 
Now go away or I shall taunt you a second time!
Source: www.hmthequeensdaimler.com

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  1. I remember going to London in 2004, went to see the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. Saw a little convoy of cars off to the far side, part of the convoy was a Daimler DS420. I jokingly told my new wife (we were on our honeymoon) "The Queen's leaving." When the convoy left I notice that the flag on the palace had changed from the Royal Flag (used when the Queen is there) to the Union Jack (used when the Queen isn't there). So as of 2004 at least, she was still using a Daimler DS420 too. The Royal family didn't really like the idea of being seen in a "German" car like a Rolls or Bentley.

    1. When we went to Buckingham the royal flag was up. So she was there. I told the guards who I was and that I would like an audience with the queen. They told me to go away. Ever since then I have been plotting to overthrow the queen and establish myself as the King of England..

      1. Put me down for a Duke title when you make it.
        Actually I got on one of those genealogy websites one time and started seeing just how far back i could trace family history. Swapping around between paternal and maternal sides I managed to find one great^umpteeth-grandfather that was an illegitimate son of Henry VIII so I might have a slightly better claim to the throne.

    1. To hell with Sulu, I want to hear from Charles. It's not PC for me to crack wise on this (I'm biting my virtual tongue) but he should be having a field day on this thread!

  2. Old lady? To church every Sunday? Likely story! I do believe I have heard this one before.

  3. The Queen actually drove her own car? That's pretty cool. I kind of doubt the President is allowed by the Secret Service to drive Cadillac One. If the US of A were unwise enough to elect the likes of me Commander in Chief, I guarantee you that I would be piloting that grand flagship. I'd also design a cool hat that only I could wear. And, I'd have, oh, Iet's see, Clydesdales grazing on the White House lawn. Who's gonna tell me I can't? I mean, if you're President, why not enjoy the experience?

  4. Well, the previous personal saloon commissioned for HRH Elizabeth II had the 007-inspired passenger ejection seat installed, but after Diana's death in 1997, future editions have omitted that option. It can be easily be reinstated in future vehicles, however, should Camilla prove to be problematic in any way…

  5. The British equivalent of Cadillac One is a Bentley: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thu
    I don't think she did drive this car herself- the pictures on the website show her either in or getting out of the back seat. The Bentley (and the Rolls-Royce Phantom VI it replaced) were used for official state occasions, but she has other cars for unofficial travel. She does drive herself around her estate at Balmoral in a Land Rover Defender (she drove trucks for the British Army in World War 2).

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