Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

Real Good Number Plates Vol. 6

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Every day a journey

486 posts

3 months

Saturday 1st May
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Yankee Romeo said:
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.
Indeed. That's me being a dick

RATATTAK

6,938 posts

154 months

Saturday 1st May
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Every day a journey said:
7 TON in old money (One for the Engineers smile)

Yankee Romeo

257 posts

12 months

Saturday 1st May
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c4mrn said:





VZ1 comes up as being assigned to an Aston
https://www.vehiclesmart.com/vehicle-smart-check.j...
County Tyrone plate from April 1956.

Fast and Spurious

611 posts

53 months

Saturday 1st May
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McLaren Automotive Group 720S !

smithyithy

5,218 posts

83 months

Saturday 1st May
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That's an iffy one laugh

Definitely looks like a non-standard 'G' so it reads as 'MAC' from a normal distance..

Yankee Romeo

257 posts

12 months

Saturday 1st May
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c4mrn said:





7 ON sold for £2,600 + bits back in July 1996. Worth a TON of money now, i'd say.
LL 96, London plate from March 1914
HC 3, issued by Eastbourne Council in April 1911.
200 Fab, issued by Worcester Council in September 1961
599 OO sold in September 2007 for £3500 + bits.

twing

2,810 posts

96 months

Saturday 1st May
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Just spotted N4 on a Peugeot estate. My first single-single in a while

v15ben

15,067 posts

206 months

Sunday 2nd May
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Another single single.
5 C on a Range Rover in Thirsk.
Also saw S 247 on an RS6 in Bradford.

ess

709 posts

143 months

Sunday 2nd May
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I'm sure this will have been posted before, but regularly spotted since my recent move to the Essex Badlands (© Jaguar Steve).

S


Hatson

1,451 posts

87 months

Sunday 2nd May
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ess said:
I'm sure this will have been posted before, but regularly spotted since my recent move to the Essex Badlands (© Jaguar Steve).

S

That’s what eye like, short, fun and real good. Well posted.

Hatson

1,451 posts

87 months

Sunday 2nd May
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I SEE £7000+Bits in Dec 1991.

LARK F1 GTR

1,021 posts

111 months

Sunday 2nd May
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Years ago I used to see 1 SAY on a red SAAB 900 Turbo Convertible. That plates was £13k plus bits in December 1990.
I've not seen it for years and it doesn't come up anymore. frown

CRA1G

4,763 posts

160 months

Sunday 2nd May
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Hatson said:
I SEE £7000+Bits in Dec 1991.
I can see it been worth alot more today.....

Fun Bus

17,911 posts

183 months

Sunday 2nd May
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I see what you did there...

VeryNormal

5 posts

2 months

Sunday 2nd May
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21 R on a black Range Rover (I think) around Heckfield this evening. No photo I’m afraid as I only caught it as it whizzed by.

JamesRF

739 posts

63 months

Sunday 2nd May
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WE11 HEY on a Renault Kadjar

Thought it was quite a fun and cheap plate smile

AAD44H

350 posts

124 months

Sunday 2nd May
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CRA1G said:
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
I presume this belongs to Dick Lovett then?

c4mrn

99 posts

10 months

Sunday 2nd May
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AAD44H said:
CRA1G said:
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
I presume this belongs to Dick Lovett then?
One of the most funny dealer names, before HR Owen and their HRO 1N plate

daydotz

1,603 posts

126 months

5 NAP on a BMW 5 series

Yankee Romeo

257 posts

12 months