The number of cars has been owned by the Queen but just around 10, not much when compared to other collection of many famous car collectors, but all of them are very classic and luxury.
Not only former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher liked Rover P5B, but the queen also, she even has 2. The most popular one is the 1972 P5B with number “JGY 280” now at the Gaydon Heritage collection in the Midlands. Rover is a British car company’s vehicles and P5 series including sedan and coupe are both produced from 1958 to 1973.
Ford Zephyr 1956 is a special on, manufactured with “High-Top” frame. Zephyr can carry up to 9 people and their luggage. This car now is at the Sandringham museum.
Vauxhall Cresta Friary 1961 that was used to transport members of the Royal travel around London or to the airport.
1984 Daimler Double Six especially for the Queen when she wanted to drive the car. In addition to these unique features, the car also has a special communications system, the flash and the rear seats have been changed in order to serve the queen’s pet dog. This car was sold in an auction in 2010 with the proceeds of the $ 77,000.
1953 Land Rover Series 1: The first Royal Land Rover, painted in Royal Claret, joined HM on her six-month Commonwealth tour. It was relieved of Royal duty in 1974, replaced by the Range Rover.
1974 Range Rover.
1963 Rover PB.
1965 MERCEDES-BENZ 600 PULLMAN