Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

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Yankee Romeo

235 posts

11 months

Sunday 28th February
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Speedgelb said:
This one is an original issue too, from January 1964 issued by York Council.

Yankee Romeo

235 posts

11 months

Sunday 28th February
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Hatson said:
CRA1G said:
Many wouldn't look twice if they saw " KR15 HNA " proudly displayed on a vehicle.....?

But it sold for £180,000 + VAT and Fees in may 2015.. ! yikes
Good God! laugh
IIRC, that is the most paid for a current type plate.

nonsequitur

17,154 posts

80 months

Sunday 28th February
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Yankee Romeo said:
Hatson said:
CRA1G said:
Many wouldn't look twice if they saw " KR15 HNA " proudly displayed on a vehicle.....?

But it sold for £180,000 + VAT and Fees in may 2015.. ! yikes
Good God! laugh
IIRC, that is the most paid for a current type plate.
They must have been in a hurry to get that one.

P5BNij

8,490 posts

70 months

Sunday 28th February
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Yankee Romeo

235 posts

11 months

Sunday 28th February
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Sten. said:
Need help with this one. Doesn't show as a DVLA auction plate and although WT was issued to West Yorkshire, from what I understand two letter reverse issues were WU, WW, WX, WY & YG. Could this be a special issue?
M3DGE, OD any ideas???

Yankee Romeo

235 posts

11 months

Sunday 28th February
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S16KBW said:
Southampton plate from September 1964.

MrJuice

1,573 posts

120 months

Sunday 28th February
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VVV II

Seen in Brent earlier today

AgentM

47 posts

53 months

Sunday 28th February
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Yankee Romeo said:
CRA1G said:
P5BNij said:
A lovely very valuable plate on an old Jag... that i bet has been in the same family for years....clap
Dorset plate from December of 1927.
Owned by a retired estate agent local to me who has had the car and the plate for as long as I can remember. His old business partner has another good number which featured here in earlier pages.

MrJuice

1,573 posts

120 months

Sunday 28th February
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nonsequitur said:
They must have been in a hurry to get that one.
yes

oxford drinker

1,748 posts

193 months

Sunday 28th February
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Yankee Romeo said:
Sten. said:
Need help with this one. Doesn't show as a DVLA auction plate and although WT was issued to West Yorkshire, from what I understand two letter reverse issues were WU, WW, WX, WY & YG. Could this be a special issue?
M3DGE, OD any ideas???
I agree, can’t find any record of reversed WT being issued.

Kayess5

69 posts

20 months

Monday 1st March
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1 REG on a Black McLaren P1 in Cheam Village.
B15 PAL on a Grey McLaren 675LT again in Cheam Village.
Seems to be raining McLarens here...

Kayess5

69 posts

20 months

Monday 1st March
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CRA1G said:
Many wouldn't look twice if they saw " KR15 HNA " proudly displayed on a vehicle.....?

But it sold for £180,000 + VAT and Fees in may 2015.. ! yikes
KRISHNA is the equivalent of Jesus in the Hindu religion. Not surprising tbh it went for that money!

Hatson

1,419 posts

86 months

Monday 1st March
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Kayess5 said:
1 REG on a Black McLaren P1 in Cheam Village.
B15 PAL on a Grey McLaren 675LT again in Cheam Village.
Seems to be raining McLarens here...
1 REG at £12,750.00+bits in Nov 1992, a brilliant investment.

Hatson

1,419 posts

86 months

Monday 1st March
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Kayess5 said:
CRA1G said:
Many wouldn't look twice if they saw " KR15 HNA " proudly displayed on a vehicle.....?

But it sold for £180,000 + VAT and Fees in may 2015.. ! yikes
KRISHNA is the equivalent of Jesus in the Hindu religion. Not surprising tbh it went for that money!
I think he’s higher up than that! laugh

maccboy

346 posts

102 months

Tuesday 2nd March
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I saw a Ford Ranger (horrible colour) with the plate 801 LER. Made me smile!

MDMA .

6,248 posts

65 months

Tuesday 2nd March
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Rolling heavy.


Every day a journey

390 posts

2 months

Tuesday 2nd March
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Simes205 said:
Wrong thread

easytiger123

2,238 posts

173 months

Tuesday 2nd March
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Every day a journey said:
Simes205 said:
Wrong thread
By a country mile. Next level cringe.

MrJuice

1,573 posts

120 months

Tuesday 2nd March
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Simes205 said:
Did approaching plod stop the maser? Should have

Simes205

3,974 posts

192 months

Tuesday 2nd March
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Every day a journey said:
Simes205 said:
Wrong thread
Oh yes silly silly me, let me find the proper thread.