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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Casper Friedrich</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Interestengly, the licence plate N 485 fom the province of Halland in Sweden belonged in November 1924 to a 22 horsepower german Opel:


Perhaps Iwan Cassel, member of municipal court in Falkenberg, was the owner of the Jaguar too? </div></div>

Casper...Did the license plate stay with the owner instead of going with a sold car in Finland?

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Guest Casper Friedrich

The car is actually from Sweden not Finland. But my mother tongue is swedish and I read a lot of swedish automobile magazines.

I am sure that the owner could keep plates when he sold his car.

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I don`t agree with you Casper about the licens number,they don`t follow the owner.(Exept for the county governor that had the first number in allmost all the countys). At the first the car most be scraped then the same number can be used on another car,probely a new car.I have been looking at car licens number in Uppsala and there can be 5-15 cars with the same number between 1910-1960s,but different owners.

Leif in Sweden

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