Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

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Muddle238

1,676 posts

68 months

Tuesday 16th June
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RichardHMorris said:
philcray said:


Could be a good or a bad plate but you have to admire the chutzpah for having it on your car.....
plate on a pokey car and yes, the wrong thread.
Could only be good in the eyes of a chav. For that reason, deserves to be firmly in the cr4ppy thread in afraid...


tobinen

6,376 posts

100 months

Tuesday 16th June
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Thread title still grates

2 sMoKiN bArReLs

23,979 posts

190 months

Tuesday 16th June
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tobinen said:
Thread title still grates
I don't know why I chose those words...I'm usually almost literate. hehe

Yankee Romeo

68 posts

2 months

Tuesday 16th June
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M3DGE said:
Triple Six said:
Yankee Romeo said:
CRA1G said:
Triple Six said:
The owner is a serial car & plate nut with 1 MB, 2 MB & 3 MB on a Veyron, Chiron and LaFerrari!
1 MB is original issue but 2 MB was £8500 match 91 and 3 MB £7500 Sep 92 + VAT Etc.
Triple Six, where is this owner based?

M3DGE, need help on this one. Cannot find when this 1 MB was issued. I'm looking at page 92 in "The bible" - Chester County Council.
South Wales

CRA1G said:
1 MB MB 2 and MB 6 are owned by a company in Uxbridge. MB 1 used to be owned by Max Bygraves now owned by a 5.3 million lottery winner.nerd
1 MB no longer belongs to them, unless it is on loan to a private individual. It sits on a very special Veyron, which previously wore 2 MB IIRC.
CRA1G, Confusing because it was issued by the County Council of Chester, which later became Cheshire. Chester City Council was also an issuing authority, whose only two letter combo was FM MB1 was issued in July 1922; it was ever reversed, so must be a DVLA issue? Edit, just realised you are looking at same page of Newall bible as me :-) only other option is it was a 'special' issued to replace a duplicated plate...
@M3DGE. Yes, I thought as much. Wonder if the book by Heaton and Woodall has something to say about this. Interesting to see the only none three letter reg. number to be issued in reverse format was 1 M, for Diplomatic Corps in December of 1963.

LARK F1 GTR

792 posts

101 months

Tuesday 16th June
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M3 FFS - Audi RS6.

C412 MEN - Mercedes GLS 63 AMG.

Somebody

557 posts

38 months

Tuesday 16th June
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LARK F1 GTR said:
C412 MEN - Mercedes GLS 63 AMG.
?? enlighten me! I can't see why it's "real good"?

If have to ask why it's good it can't be good?

RATATTAK

6,143 posts

144 months

Tuesday 16th June
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Somebody said:
?? enlighten me! I can't see why it's "real good"?

If have to ask why it's good it can't be good?
12 is an R in number plate speak

RATATTAK

6,143 posts

144 months

Tuesday 16th June
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RATATTAK said:
Somebody said:
?? enlighten me! I can't see why it's "real good"?

If have to ask why it's good it can't be good?
12 is an R in number plate speak
P.S.
That still doesn't make it good wink

CRA1G

4,220 posts

150 months

Tuesday 16th June
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Sue20 said:


Swiped off Instagram so I’ve included acknowledgements of photographer etc. @CRA1G
That's from a good few years ago... dont know were these are popping up from...? Within a couple of weeks of selling that car the new owner De Cated it and it went up in flames...yikes

LARK F1 GTR

792 posts

101 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Somebody said:
LARK F1 GTR said:
C412 MEN - Mercedes GLS 63 AMG.
?? enlighten me! I can't see why it's "real good"?

If have to ask why it's good it can't be good?
The woman driving (no doubt that reg plate spells her name) obviously liked it and I did too. That'll do for me. I don't need to justify it to some random person on here.
In other words, I couldn't give a toss what you think.

nonsequitur

13,143 posts

71 months

Wednesday 17th June
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LARK F1 GTR said:
The woman driving (no doubt that reg plate spells her name) obviously liked it and I did too. That'll do for me. I don't need to justify it to some random person on here.
In other words, I couldn't give a toss what you think.
Most unlike you Larko. Usually a gilded portal into the world of registration plates.

Fabric

3,589 posts

147 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Spotted in Morrisons earlier.


Yankee Romeo

68 posts

2 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Fabric said:
Spotted in Morrisons earlier.

[Img]https://i.imgur.com/Ao0ikEj.jpg[/thumb]
Wow, The non transferable 1 AN's transferable cousin. Sold at auction, September 1996 for £8,201.60 all inc. Bargain!!!
Which part of the UK is this particular Morrison , so?

Fabric

3,589 posts

147 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Yankee Romeo said:
Wow, The non transferable 1 AN's transferable cousin. Sold at auction, September 1996 for £8,201.60 all inc. Bargain!!!
Which part of the UK is this particular Morrison , so?
Definitely a bargain! Pic taken in Stirling. thumbup

CRA1G

4,220 posts

150 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Fabric said:
Yankee Romeo said:
Wow, The non transferable 1 AN's transferable cousin. Sold at auction, September 1996 for £8,201.60 all inc. Bargain!!!
Which part of the UK is this particular Morrison , so?
Definitely a bargain! Pic taken in Stirling. thumbup
Yes... Definitely agree that was an excellent purchase/investment,especially with the infamus"1 AN" deemed "no transferable"

addz86

1,233 posts

141 months

Wednesday 17th June
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No pic sadly, but spotted BIG 1 on a range rover earlier in Corby

CRA1G

4,220 posts

150 months

Wednesday 17th June
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addz86 said:
No pic sadly, but spotted BIG 1 on a range rover earlier in Corby
One Big Motoring World's.... The salesman incentive to use each month for hitting the top target.....

nonsequitur

13,143 posts

71 months

Thursday 18th June
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Fabric said:
Spotted in Morrisons earlier.

[Img]https://i.imgur.com/Ao0ikEj.jpg[/thumb]
Good to see they have left windows open for the dog.

Sir Bagalot

5,334 posts

136 months

Friday 19th June
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CRA1G said:
Fabric said:
Yankee Romeo said:
Wow, The non transferable 1 AN's transferable cousin. Sold at auction, September 1996 for £8,201.60 all inc. Bargain!!!
Which part of the UK is this particular Morrison , so?
Definitely a bargain! Pic taken in Stirling. thumbup
Yes... Definitely agree that was an excellent purchase/investment,especially with the infamus"1 AN" deemed "no transferable"
The person who bought the Moggy (only 2-3 years back) bought it on the hope that one day it will be transferable. Not a hope

v15ben

14,706 posts

196 months

Friday 19th June
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P1 NGU on a DBS Superleggera in Leeds this morning.