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  #265774 21-Oct-2009 19:58
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The best I've heard of is TI3VOM (you'll need a mirror). I think it auctioned for about $5000 20 years ago.

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  #265788 21-Oct-2009 20:42
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Best I've seen in the Wellington area is RSWIPE

 
 
 
 


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  #265801 21-Oct-2009 21:13
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Some of my favs Ejqul8 and my uncles 1uponu :)

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  #265866 21-Oct-2009 22:59
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I have rnegde which I have not had made yet. Worst impulse purchase ever...




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  #265868 21-Oct-2009 23:06
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  #265869 21-Oct-2009 23:07
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timestyles: The best I've heard of is TI3VOM (you'll need a mirror). I think it auctioned for about $5000 20 years ago.



Last I saw, was on a Targa race Porsche

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  #265877 21-Oct-2009 23:19
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I had LWNDVS - Sold it to a Lawn Mowing business as Lawn Device

 
 
 
 


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  #265887 22-Oct-2009 00:08
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  #265894 22-Oct-2009 00:42
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CYaBro: I have my geekzone username on a plate but not on a car ATM.


but it used to be on your subaru legacy ? :D

http://www.carjam.co.nz




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  #265895 22-Oct-2009 00:53
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Regs:
CYaBro: I have my geekzone username on a plate but not on a car ATM.


but it used to be on your subaru legacy ? :D

http://www.carjam.co.nz


And it will go back on there maybe.
Also used to be on my EVOII.

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  #266410 23-Oct-2009 16:54
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SHTBOX (On a real piece of junk out west akl way)
LVDMUM (The intention was loved mum obviously, but she looked pretty pissed that day so it was fitting)

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  #266415 23-Oct-2009 17:09
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Saw one a while ago that said something like FEL8IO
Took me a couple of seconds to realise what it was.

Actually you wouldnt want FEL8 either would you - wonder if they would issue that in the normal range of plates?




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  #266419 23-Oct-2009 17:36
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robjg63: Actually you wouldnt want FEL8 either would you - wonder if they would issue that in the normal range of plates?


i'm sure i say a souped up ute driving down queen street with the plate FAR Q years back.  I suspect they cancelled this plate and blocked variations.  they must also block combinations ad-hoc as a few risky ones were apparently available on their web site




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  #266442 23-Oct-2009 19:08
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Saw two good ones today: B11TCH (which looked pretty accurate) and PCASHT on a girl racers car.

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  #266532 24-Oct-2009 10:30
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I got warned by trademe twice by commenting on the auction with a boyracer plate:

DOSKDZ

I mean....wtf :)

I love P Plates. So much easier to remember when the driver annoys you and you report them *555
I'm happy with my non-bastardized plates




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