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Old 06-20-2006, 06:17 PM
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Old 06-20-2006, 07:26 PM
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"0TO60N4" - some Benz, SL65 IIRC
"UCNH8NOW" - modded SUV
"TRYME"
"AGGRSSV" - modded G35 coupe (I think I spelled the plate right)

There was one really cool* one which made me think the person was an actuary. I don't remember the first three letters, which I took to be initials, but it went something like "_ _ _ FSA"

*I just read this and realized that I think it's really cool that someone would incorporate the letters FSA in their plate as their own private joke to other actuaries.
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Old 06-20-2006, 07:58 PM
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PA plates typically start with 3 letters and then have 4 numbers
my thought was down the line to get FSA 20XX with XX being the last two digits of the year I completed it...but since it would be a standard issue 1. it takes away from it, and 2. likely wouldn't be available
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PA plates typically start with 3 letters and then have 4 numbers
my thought was down the line to get FSA 20XX with XX being the last two digits of the year I completed it...but since it would be a standard issue 1. it takes away from it, and 2. likely wouldn't be available
Think outside the box, WA: 20XX FSA
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PA plates typically start with 3 letters and then have 4 numbers
my thought was down the line to get FSA 20XX with XX being the last two digits of the year I completed it...but since it would be a standard issue 1. it takes away from it, and 2. likely wouldn't be available
In Illinois a friend of mine used to get vanity plates with his initials. Then a local bank started handling plates. Illinois had a weird system. No DMV. The letters referred to the issuing bank. Long story short, their vanity plates looked like everyone elses, so they stopped getting them.
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Earlier I saw this plate, and have no idea what it's supposed to mean:
CUNAM[star]Y
(where [star] is an actual star. you can have hearts & stars on license plates out here, because it's always necessary to express yourself with hearts & stars.)
see you in a ???
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Old 06-20-2006, 09:13 PM
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Earlier I saw this plate, and have no idea what it's supposed to mean:
CUNAM[star]Y
(where [star] is an actual star. you can have hearts & stars on license plates out here, because it's always necessary to express yourself with hearts & stars.)
See you in a million f&@$^#g years.
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see you in a ???
Aaah... See you in a mystery! It make sense now, Frenchie! I was stuck on making "cunam" a word. "cunam starry?"

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See you in a million f&@$^#g years.
I'd like to believe it was really Bison's suggestion, though.
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Old 06-20-2006, 10:16 PM
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Aaah... See you in a mystery! It make sense now, Frenchie! I was stuck on making "cunam" a word. "cunam starry?"


I'd like to believe it was really Bison's suggestion, though.
Ah, I was thinking "mystery" but I was focusing too much on the "star" part too. Starry kept coming to mind b/c that's my mother's middle name...
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I once saw:

DNABO1
QU33N
K1NGS
DVB1 (think this belongs to David Beckham)
LOO2LOO (this was a plumber)

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That's very creative... not!
hahah dam right; i always see those old BMWs with plates like 3251 or 5201, which "coincidently" is the model 325i and 520i.

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