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  #266711 25-Oct-2009 18:08
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freitasm: I have GEEKZ1. Around here there's someone with CDMA.


According to carjam.co.nz, your car used to have the plate REDPT.  On a blue car. Please tell me that wasn't you, or at least the RED stood for something......



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  #266712 25-Oct-2009 18:10
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Saw a new number plate today: SUPREM




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  #266713 25-Oct-2009 18:12
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Paulthagerous:
freitasm: I have GEEKZ1. Around here there's someone with CDMA.


According to carjam.co.nz, your car used to have the plate REDPT.  On a blue car. Please tell me that wasn't you, or at least the RED stood for something......


We used to have another PT Cruiser, Red Inferno. Used that plate on the blue one while waiting for the GEEKZ1 plates.




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  #266714 25-Oct-2009 18:14
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freitasm:
Paulthagerous:
freitasm: I have GEEKZ1. Around here there's someone with CDMA.


According to carjam.co.nz, your car used to have the plate REDPT.  On a blue car. Please tell me that wasn't you, or at least the RED stood for something......


We used to have another PT Cruiser, Red Inferno. Used that plate on the blue one while waiting for the GEEKZ1 plates.


Fair enough.  I was worried a colour blind guy was sold a blue car when he asked for a red one lol!

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  #266746 25-Oct-2009 21:51
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I saw:
iamno1
a while ago, could be I am number 1 or I am no one, quite amusing.




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  #267312 27-Oct-2009 16:11
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freitasm: I have GEEKZ1. Around here there's someone with CDMA.


Yeah thats me!

It is for sale cheap, I'm a poor student - got to pay IRD some of the $96,000 I owe them back!

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  #267314 27-Oct-2009 16:15
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Comradehunt:
freitasm: I have GEEKZ1. Around here there's someone with CDMA.


Yeah thats me!

It is for sale cheap, I'm a poor student - got to pay IRD some of the $96,000 I owe them back!


How much is cheap?

 
 
 
 


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  #267315 27-Oct-2009 16:17
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Well cheap compared to the rediculous price new plates are these days. $200. Its on TM BTW.

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  #267318 27-Oct-2009 16:26
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freitasm: I have GEEKZ1. Around here there's someone with CDMA.


I've seen someone with a 'geekzone' number plate around... do you know them Mauricio?

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  #267332 27-Oct-2009 16:56
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Adamal:
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


Carjam have it on a 1985 Ford Fairmont. It fact, it's been on that car twice. A bit of a step down from a Targa race Porsche.

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  #267345 27-Oct-2009 17:28
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On a FAIRMONT?!?!?! I doubt that would have desired effect. You'd be "Well, ok..." and it'd get smaller in your rear view!

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  #267353 27-Oct-2009 17:39
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I've seen 'YZXY' in Wellington a while back. Took me a few minutes to work it out.

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  #267360 27-Oct-2009 17:57
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patatrat: I've seen 'YZXY' in Wellington a while back. Took me a few minutes to work it out.


yeah those brainteasers are always good.  couple of others i remember seeing are FEFIST, QUIKAG and AURUSH (maybe not in NZ) and a friend has/had the plate HIHOAG.




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  #267361 27-Oct-2009 17:59
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Hi ho silver. Nice.

A woman who works in my building has a bright pink boy racer car with 'PNKBITS' (or something like that)

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  #267377 27-Oct-2009 18:25
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ZollyMonsta: I've seen someone with a 'geekzone' number plate around... do you know them Mauricio?


If he doesn't I'm pretty sure they won't have it for long - I think freitasm owns the trademark for geekzone.

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