If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to ride around like a royal, here’s your chance.
A collection of rare Rolls-Royces, including the Phantom IV State Landaulette used by the queen on state occasions, are being auctioned off in the U.K. on September 8 in Chichester, England, according to CNN. The queen’s 1953 Rolls-Royce is also the same model as the one that drove Meghan Markle and her mother to the duchess’s wedding to Prince Harry this past May, and has been in the royal family for more than 40 years. It’s estimated to fetch about $2.6 million at the auction.
Another model, the 1985 “Centenary” Silver Spur Saloon used by Princess Diana, is also for sale, and is predicted to get a bid of nearly $200,000.
Is this a sign the queen is looking for a more modern car to be chauffeured around to state events in? We can’t imagine the Phantom IV gets good gas mileage, anyway.