Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

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Trevatanus

10,589 posts

115 months

Friday 30th April
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In two minds of whether to put this on here, or the other thread.
RO11EER on a Cullinan.
The Cullinan is starting to grow on me, which I never thought it would.

Hatson

1,464 posts

87 months

Friday 30th April
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Trevatanus said:
In two minds of whether to put this on here, or the other thread.
RO11EER on a Cullinan.
The Cullinan is starting to grow on me, which I never thought it would.
LOBBOTOMMY? rofl

Triple Six

845 posts

87 months

Friday 30th April
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Sir Bagalot said:
Now this picture although only recently published is at least a year old, but does confirm Gillian does own 6 G and it's fairly likely that the cars shown wear the plates 1 through to 9 G. The UK's largest private collection of 1x1's
They will have cost a few G's!

Yankee Romeo

263 posts

12 months

Friday 30th April
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Triple Six said:
Sir Bagalot said:
Now this picture although only recently published is at least a year old, but does confirm Gillian does own 6 G and it's fairly likely that the cars shown wear the plates 1 through to 9 G. The UK's largest private collection of 1x1's
They will have cost a few G's!
or to rephrase, they'll have cost G a few G's.

Yankee Romeo

263 posts

12 months

Friday 30th April
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c4mrn said:
Feirny said:
That's a bit of me, LxN formats on regular cars look too cool.
Lovely plate indeed, with a few years under it's belt too. Original issue by Grimsby council in November of 1930.

smithyithy

5,231 posts

83 months

Friday 30th April
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Sir Bagalot said:
Now before you say it I'm freely admitting the picture is awful, no, it's worse than that, but something is better than nothing.



Now this picture although only recently published is at least a year old, but does confirm Gillian does own 6 G and it's fairly likely that the cars shown wear the plates 1 through to 9 G. The UK's largest private collection of 1x1's
Bigger version here..



Great colection of plates, bit of a pity her current fleet mostly just 1 of each RS Audi, but her money her choice I guess laugh

maccboy

358 posts

103 months

Friday 30th April
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33G with a bit of a space in between!

MrJuice

1,612 posts

121 months

Friday 30th April
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31 LA this afternoon

Every day a journey

505 posts

3 months

Friday 30th April
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Before anyone says 'Ooooh, taking pictures while driving' M23 this afternoon during a total closure. Engine off, handbrake on so Nerrrrr.

However, whoever was driving KN 70 is a bit of a MLM. For at least 5 miles was sitting in middle lane with nowt in lane one. As soon as it came to a stop, pushed their way into where you see it (sideways , I know....)

Nice plate, crap driver.



Also today,

4 LM on a Mini. deffo car worth less than plate!

Feirny

1,964 posts

112 months

Friday 30th April
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Yankee Romeo said:
c4mrn said:
Feirny said:
That's a bit of me, LxN formats on regular cars look too cool.
Lovely plate indeed, with a few years under it's belt too. Original issue by Grimsby council in November of 1930.
It was a bit further up the coast, in Filey

c4mrn

104 posts

10 months

Friday 30th April
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[quote=Every day a journey]Before anyone says 'Ooooh, taking pictures while driving' M23 this afternoon during a total closure. Engine off, handbrake on so Nerrrrr.
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Don't worry we're not one of those types.








Yankee Romeo

263 posts

12 months

Friday 30th April
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Every day a journey said:
Before anyone says 'Ooooh, taking pictures while driving' M23 this afternoon during a total closure. Engine off, handbrake on so Nerrrrr.

However, whoever was driving KN 70 is a bit of a MLM. For at least 5 miles was sitting in middle lane with nowt in lane one. As soon as it came to a stop, pushed their way into where you see it (sideways , I know....)

Nice plate, crap driver.



Also today,

4 LM on a Mini. deffo car worth less than plate!
Plate looks like 70 KN from where I am.

c4mrn

104 posts

10 months

Friday 30th April
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Thankyou4calling

9,148 posts

138 months

Friday 30th April
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Saw this in Mayfair today.

Made me smile.


Jules Sunley

684 posts

58 months

Friday 30th April
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c4mrn said:





That Zagato is lovely

Shnozz

23,088 posts

236 months

Saturday 1st May
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Thankyou4calling said:
Saw this in Mayfair today.

Made me smile.

That’s a blast from my past. Used to be on a bmw 5 series owned by one of the school mums at King Edwards in Southampton when I was there in the early 1990s.

CRA1G

4,771 posts

160 months

Saturday 1st May
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Shnozz said:
Thankyou4calling said:
Saw this in Mayfair today.

Made me smile.

That’s a blast from my past. Used to be on a bmw 5 series owned by one of the school mums at King Edwards in Southampton when I was there in the early 1990s.
It was sold in the very first DVLA auction in December 1989 for £16500 + VAT Etc...

Hatson

1,464 posts

87 months

Saturday 1st May
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CRA1G said:
Shnozz said:
Thankyou4calling said:
Saw this in Mayfair today.

Made me smile.

That’s a blast from my past. Used to be on a bmw 5 series owned by one of the school mums at King Edwards in Southampton when I was there in the early 1990s.
It was sold in the very first DVLA auction in December 1989 for £16500 + VAT Etc...
That was LUV 1T, LOV 1T was £4000+ in 1994. Attraction waning? laugh

CRA1G

4,771 posts

160 months

Saturday 1st May
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Hatson said:
That was LUV 1T, LOV 1T was £4000+ in 1994. Attraction waning? laugh
Bloody hell... read it wrong I've been a bit of a Dick.... LOV 1T laugh

Edited by CRA1G on Saturday 1st May 11:54

Pupp

10,618 posts

237 months

Saturday 1st May
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No pic as was driving but 4 CSL on a contemporary Beemer coupe near Kettering yesterday