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Does your classic have a personalized license plate ?

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Best I could do without paying a fortune 053  represents 1953 

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In 2016 I was looking for a pair of Ohio year of manufacture plates at a swap met.  I was surprised to find a dealer plate for less than half price.  YOM plates run about $35 to register & are good for your life time.  I can’t tell you how many people think I am a dealer.

 

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I have owned a '64 Malibu SS convertible for the past 33 years or so.
The plates have been 64TPLSS for most of those 33 years.

 

And yes, people still ask me what year the car is.

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I designed my own and ordered them off the "net".

Zip tie the ugly real ones in front to drive to the shows and take them off while there.

I use a lot of zip ties.

 

Mike in frozen Colorado

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While my car won't be an antique until next year, I just received my vanity plate and I think it fits my car perfectly!!!

 

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My 47 Hudson has the vacation winter wonderland plate on it. And the Hudson made it to Pebble Beach.:lol:

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A lady in our town bought a Smart Car, and tagged it "OUR SMART"

On renewal she tagged it "NOT SMART"..

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And from our wedding car.

 

 

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On the Hurley Forest Service Road north of Pemberton BC. Speed advisory is 20 km/hr, about 12 mph.

 

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Yup, I’m a plate guy. Enjoy seeing good meaningful plates on classic cars. These are my two!

and I try to make sure they are neatly framed. The Riviera uses acrylic sheet painted on the back whereas the ‘38 uses sign writers tin. 

Rodney 😀😀😀😀😀😀

 

 

 

 

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