What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen? V01. 3

What C124PPY personalised plates have you seen? V01. 3

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LuS1fer

35,669 posts

194 months

Tuesday 14th January
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funkyrobot said:
J50KG on a Vauxhall.

As usual, I have no idea what the meaning is.
Could only guess 150 kg using a very stretched imagination.

jamei303

2,092 posts

105 months

Tuesday 14th January
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funkyrobot said:
J50KG on a Vauxhall.

As usual, I have no idea what the meaning is.
JOKING of course, did you not laugh?

Dapster

3,366 posts

129 months

Tuesday 14th January
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Sorry for the upside down pic but here we have "M4RC E" and "Y 5AUL"




LuS1fer

35,669 posts

194 months

Tuesday 14th January
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The Y5 AUL is correctly spaced so OK.

The Fiesta is double stupid as there never was an RS. What a complete 4R5E and the RSO6 is Cuz you're probably a dumbass drug dealer.

FazerBoy

478 posts

99 months

Tuesday 14th January
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Akz said:
YE5 1 DO E

On a white Chrysler in Southall. Googled it and found a photo...



Googled a little further... he thinks it's a Rolls?

http://www.americanlimousinesuk.com/rolls-royce-cu...

Front brake pads wearing thin for the last 4 tests. Has he braked in the last 4 years?

Edited by Akz on Monday 13th January 20:28
Surely that fake Spirit of Ecstasy mascot isn’t retractable is it?

If so it would be pretty dangerous if the car hits a pedestrian, is illegal and should result in an MOT fail in itself...

WarrenB

690 posts

67 months

Tuesday 14th January
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Akz said:
YE5 1 DO E

On a white Chrysler in Southall. Googled it and found a photo...



Googled a little further... he thinks it's a Rolls?

http://www.americanlimousinesuk.com/rolls-royce-cu...

Front brake pads wearing thin for the last 4 tests. Has he braked in the last 4 years?

Edited by Akz on Monday 13th January 20:28
That plate can answer a simple question.

'Do you do any Class A'?

Which explains what he was going through when he tried tarting up a Chrysler.

Dapster

3,366 posts

129 months

Tuesday 14th January
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Akz said:
YE5 1 DO E

On a white Chrysler in Southall. Googled it and found a photo...



Googled a little further... he thinks it's a Rolls?

http://www.americanlimousinesuk.com/rolls-royce-cu...

Front brake pads wearing thin for the last 4 tests. Has he braked in the last 4 years?

Edited by Akz on Monday 13th January 20:28
Astonishingly, that's not the most st conversion available from them....


uk66fastback

14,384 posts

220 months

Tuesday 14th January
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AlexRS2782

5,712 posts

162 months

Tuesday 14th January
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LuS1fer said:
The Fiesta is double stupid as there never was an RS.
Searched the plate hoping that just maybe it might turn out to be a build where a Fiesta had been converted to RS power with an engine swap, or a tuning package to make it worthy of the badge, possibly even the plate previously being on an FRS but the owner wanted to retain it.

Nope, nothing that exciting. Turns out it was once an innocent Titanium edition that's since been given a partial Maxton "RS Look" body makeover and also had a bit of a hard life since the current owner bought it based on the last MOT it had in 2019. Some nice failures for dodgy tyres, backstreet decat remap, etc.

FazerBoy

478 posts

99 months

Tuesday 14th January
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uk66fastback said:
If I ordered a taxi and that turned up I would refuse to get in it...

nonsequitur

11,054 posts

65 months

Wednesday 15th January
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offshoreeddy said:
Someone who is very self aware.

DoubleD

10,218 posts

57 months

Wednesday 15th January
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FazerBoy said:
uk66fastback said:
If I ordered a taxi and that turned up I would refuse to get in it...
I bet you would get in

FazerBoy

478 posts

99 months

Wednesday 15th January
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DoubleD said:
I bet you would get in
Yeah, you win - I probably would...

LuS1fer

35,669 posts

194 months

Wednesday 15th January
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nonsequitur said:
Someone who is very self aware.
Too right. What a complete sock.

bluemason

402 posts

72 months

Wednesday 15th January
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FazerBoy said:
If I ordered a taxi and that turned up I would refuse to get in it...
I would think it would be a privileged to be driven in an E22 AMG!

DickyC

35,584 posts

147 months

Wednesday 15th January
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BAD?

Yes, but worse than you think.

Jaguar steve

5,908 posts

159 months

Wednesday 15th January
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FazerBoy said:
DoubleD said:
I bet you would get in
Yeah, you win - I probably would...
it's a perfectly reasonable point of view though.

If you dislike Chavs then why do them any favours or put any money their pockets? Unless there's no alternative I take great care to ensure I never do.

DoubleD

10,218 posts

57 months

Wednesday 15th January
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Jaguar steve said:
FazerBoy said:
DoubleD said:
I bet you would get in
Yeah, you win - I probably would...
it's a perfectly reasonable point of view though.

If you dislike Chavs then why do them any favours or put any money their pockets? Unless there's no alternative I take great care to ensure I never do.
Its a bit of plastic with some numbers and letters on it, it really isn't worth getting so upset over.

Its also not worth having to change your plans for the day because you refuse to get in the taxi because of its number plate.

silverfoxcc

5,755 posts

94 months

Wednesday 15th January
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Bsargain Hunt today

Sellar packing his dross in the back of a large White van

N L4WTN

With the obligatory enlongated black dot at the bottom of the 1,



Jaguar steve

5,908 posts

159 months

Wednesday 15th January
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DoubleD said:
Jaguar steve said:
FazerBoy said:
DoubleD said:
I bet you would get in
Yeah, you win - I probably would...
it's a perfectly reasonable point of view though.

If you dislike Chavs then why do them any favours or put any money their pockets? Unless there's no alternative I take great care to ensure I never do.
Its a bit of plastic with some numbers and letters on it, it really isn't worth getting so upset over.
It's the Chav attitude that produces the number plate I object to and not the Chav number plate itself. That attitude isn't just a bit of plastic, it's a entire world of narcissistic, faux materialistic self serving pretentious aspirational behaviour we'd all be much better off without.

Yes, of course I'd get in the taxi if there was no alternative - who wouldn't? The driver would be very disappointed if he was thinking I'd be good for a tip though...