Hey guys. I'm getting vanity license plates (well, "plate" :o) ) and I
need some help making a decision. My choices are limited because 1)
it's a Handicapped Parking plate so I'm limited to 6 characters and 2)
all of the good ones have been taken. Here's what I came up with:
E)None of the above
F)All of the above
I have to turn the form in soon, so I'd appreciate your opinions.
Remember, vote early and vote often. Thanks.
Well as long as we're showing how clever we are:
I have "YSTR YR" for my '67 in Oregon. While at the local drive-in a
couple summers ago for their classic car night I spotted a '67, '8 or '9
Camaro with, "YSTR DY" - now, them, I had to talk to!
Diode - I'm generally not too keen on the plates that give the model and
year - like "68 VET" or some such. I much more appreciate those that are
a bit of a clever puzzle that make me think a little.
Tell us a little about your car - or the circumstances in which you
bought it. Anything that could be out of the ordinary.
Depending on how sensitive (or brash) you are to your handicap, maybe
something on the order of tying the car into your "cure" or medicine. A
dear, departed friend had "Elixer" as his plate - he viewed his '64 as
the cure-all to whatever ailed him.
"MY WHLCHR" - (granted, it's way too many letters, but you get the idea.)
Here's waving to ya - \||||
'67BB & '72BB
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The plate has resulted in confusion. One lady asked if it meant I had to
save up money for 40 years to buy it. Another thought I bought it when I
was 40 to assuage a mid-life crisis. I usually point them to the "40" badge
on the fender and explain 'Vettes were first built in 1953. Oh well. At
least I like it. My wife wanted the plate to say "RUBY 93". I won that
'93 Ruby coupe, 6 sp
My 64 Runs L37 327
....a regular plate issued by the State .. ..
not quite what it really is (a L76 327) but close enough .. plenty
go searching for their black books trying to figure out what a L 37
Honestly I am too cheap to put Vanity plates on my cars
The wife makes & repairs Dolls as a hobby..
for her I spend the extra bucks for a Vanity Plate .
Hers Read DOLL DR .... on a Van no less... shes happy I get called
to dinner....cheap enough for me. ! LOL
64 72 76 79 & 95 Corvettes
I want the "68" on there because the C3 was made for so many years.
Non-Corvette people always ask me things like "what is that, an '80,
'81?". I want people to know how old it REALLY is. That also takes the
focus off of how old I REALLY am :o)
Barking Rats spoke thusly:
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