Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

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CRA1G

4,744 posts

159 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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LARK F1 GTR said:
From eBay, £4500.00 + bits in 2012. I'm not a fan of these type of plates, but I am amazed to see one that it is as it should be.

You else could it be..?confused

M3DGE

1,957 posts

128 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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Yankee Romeo said:
Yankee Romeo said:
Max M4X WW said:
CRA1G said:
It'll cost £13440 just to transfer those plates.......rolleyes

Mind you I don't think it will bother good old Charlie.....hehe
Good job they seem to keep vehicles for AGES then compared to most business with a fleet!
Notice, they have 701 LET, which is so similar to 801 LER. See they have A801 LER and B101 LER.
8 OG and 80 G. Wonder how many Gs those two would have cost him.
£8400 & £8500 pluts bits respectively, 2006 & 2007.

CRA1G

4,744 posts

159 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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M3DGE said:
£8400 & £8500 pluts bits respectively, 2006 & 2007.
"PLU 7S"...? hehethumbup

LARK F1 GTR

997 posts

110 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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CRA1G said:
LARK F1 GTR said:
From eBay, £4500.00 + bits in 2012. I'm not a fan of these type of plates, but I am amazed to see one that it is as it should be.

You else could it be..?confused
I meant that when I see a plate like this, it's usually butchered. But yeah this plate can only be what it is.

Big Rat

99 posts

10 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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nonsequitur

17,129 posts

80 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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Big Rat said:
Is that the Porsche equivalent of BO55?

Yankee Romeo

234 posts

11 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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nonsequitur said:
Big Rat said:
Is that the Porsche equivalent of BO55?
Somebody out there has:
https://dvlaregistrations.dvla.gov.uk/search/previ...

nonsequitur

17,129 posts

80 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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LARK F1 GTR said:
CRA1G said:
LARK F1 GTR said:
From eBay, £4500.00 + bits in 2012. I'm not a fan of these type of plates, but I am amazed to see one that it is as it should be.

You else could it be..?confused
I meant that when I see a plate like this, it's usually butchered. But yeah this plate can only be what it is.
Initially I saw YOU LOST

czerwiec

197 posts

118 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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GUY 5 in Oxford

CRA1G

4,744 posts

159 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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Yankee Romeo said:
nonsequitur said:
Big Rat said:
Is that the Porsche equivalent of BO55?
Somebody out there has:
https://dvlaregistrations.dvla.gov.uk/search/previ...
But we all know "Roland" bought that one...hehe

RATATTAK

6,899 posts

153 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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CRA1G said:
But we all know "Roland" bought that one...hehe
Could be Roland's brother ... you know, the one who's a DJ wink



or his sister, the ventriloquist ...

Every day a journey

389 posts

2 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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Yankee Romeo said:
nonsequitur said:
Big Rat said:
Is that the Porsche equivalent of BO55?
Somebody out there has:
https://dvlaregistrations.dvla.gov.uk/search/previ...
Used to see an old Merc Van (pre Sprinter era) that had G16 VAN as the plate. Thought that was quite good as it was owned by a band.

Charles Sweeney

101 posts

59 months

Thursday 4th March
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Best number plate I have seen was SE11 COO. It was parked outside the cattle market in Newton Stewart. For those who don't know, in Scotland a cow is a coo! So it effectively says "sell cow". I bet he got it quite cheap too, as the DVLA probably aren't very familiar with coos!

SeldomSeenKid

524 posts

117 months

Thursday 4th March
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Charles Sweeney said:
Best number plate I have seen was SE11 COO. It was parked outside the cattle market in Newton Stewart. For those who don't know, in Scotland a cow is a coo! So it effectively says "sell cow". I bet he got it quite cheap too, as the DVLA probably aren't very familiar with coos!
Funny you should mention that, I spotted this on the way out of Stirling a few years back, always stuck in my head tongue out

stevemiller

467 posts

129 months

Thursday 4th March
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Not read through any of this thread so they may have been quoted previous. Volvo S60 - S60 WTF, looked mean to boot. Then a S Class Merc 69R - subtle I think not but noticed! Se them both heading South on my M6/M42/M40 trip last week.

S16KBW

184 posts

29 months

Thursday 4th March
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Charles Sweeney

101 posts

59 months

Thursday 4th March
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SeldomSeenKid said:
Funny you should mention that, I spotted this on the way out of Stirling a few years back, always stuck in my head tongue out
Very interesting!

v15ben

15,048 posts

205 months

Thursday 4th March
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I saw SE11 COW in Dumfries last summer.
Cracking plate. smile

NEC3

126 posts

35 months

Thursday 4th March
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SH 2 on a Black Wraith Leeds Ring Road.

HEM I on Gulf Blue Aston heading towards Aston garage in Leeds.

TheDriverCom

87 posts

59 months

Thursday 4th March
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nonsequitur said:
LARK F1 GTR said:
CRA1G said:
LARK F1 GTR said:
From eBay, £4500.00 + bits in 2012. I'm not a fan of these type of plates, but I am amazed to see one that it is as it should be.

You else could it be..?confused
I meant that when I see a plate like this, it's usually butchered. But yeah this plate can only be what it is.
Initially I saw YOU LOST
Saw NOT 105T the other day on a truck