Queen Elizabeth II's Jaguar, which was one of her majesty's favorite classic models, was sold at auction for £43,000, on Tuesday.
The classic car is known for its Emerald Fire color, in addition, it was believed that this car was the second favorite one of the queen after her Land Rover Defender.
The sold Jaguar only clocked 75,000 miles.
It was sold at Historics Auction House in Berkshire.
Historics Auctioneers Spokesperson said: "This fantastic piece of royal history is presented in Emerald Fire with Barley leather interior and the first owner was HM Queen Elizabeth II.
"This is confirmed by its original booklet stating its registration as PYN IF which can also be seen in photos with HM the Queen at the wheel.
"It comes with a sunroof, automatic transmission, electric windows, climate control, a good service history, Jaguar Heritage Trust Certificate and has been well maintained.
"The Royal Family might have a long history with Bentley state limousines, but they love Jaguars as well.
"Although the late Queen Elizabeth II was seen behind the wheel of several cars during her long reign, her favourite seems to be the Land Rover Defender.