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Number plate spotting

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THis morning saw:

22 TC

53 TC

AA 22

2 V

Struck me that that was quite a lot of moneys worth of number plates.

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I find it amazing the number of cars I see with personalised plates, where the plate is probably worth more than the car (you known who you are "F1 CAR").

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Noticed "H2" a couple of days ago on a new Jag.

Probably worth a £ or 2 wink.gif

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Once i saw PEN 15. Cant remember what car it was but it must mean alot to the driver!!!! grin.gif

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ORGA5M made me chuckle many years ago

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Not a 'fake' plate then!!

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Seen a female oap (at least 55) who had the previous M3 in purple with '008' as its plate.

(her husband was with the special forces)

now its on new 7 series.

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On a similar vein, saw a mitsubishi once with IIRC the plate tweaked so it read COCK though there were a few obsolete letters...it was being driven by a female?

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Saw PO51BLY once, with three black number plate screws after the 'Y'.

Made me chuckle, but then I'm easily pleased.

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Many years ago someone down here had 51R on a white XJS. cool.gif

FU 2 is out there somewhere as well, used to be on a Range Rover! grin.gif

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I saw PEN510N on an SL55 the other day on the M25, he obvioulsy doesn't need one.

And P1ORN on a Hyundai Coupe in Nottingham. Had a blonde at the wheel.

UHOH7.GIF

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There's a Range Rover that often parks in the Brewer St. car park...

50HO notworthy.gif

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There's a Range Rover that often parks in the Brewer St. car park...

50HO notworthy.gif

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ooh my old neck of the woods blush.gif

Well not exactly Brewer Street, and no, not like that (smudge, SK, Hopsta, Daz et al)

Get down to Bodeans on Poland St and have a Boston Butt for me smile.gif

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B16LES is on an Aston Martin near me - might Colin know hiw?

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M1 LFY is around my way - JHT know her ?? wink.gif

Dave

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Once i saw PEN 15.

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That one's been on a few different cars. I last saw it a few weeks back, on a Merc, round the top of the M25.

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err there's V1 LOS near me and that means exactly the same thing - in greek wink.gif

I'm currently looking for P3 SETA yelrotflmao.gif

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round my neck of the woods ive seen "pi5ser" on a db7, "v12 aml" on a vanquish and "1 u" which must of cost an arm and a leg on a saab

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and "1 u" which must of cost an arm and a leg on a saab

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Yeah think the owner is something to do with armitage shanks lol.gif

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Recently spotted WHO151T & L80TOX (not sure why anyone would want to advertise this one though !)

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and "1 u" which must of cost an arm and a leg on a saab

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Yeah think the owner is something to do with armitage shanks lol.gif

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yelrotflmao.gif nice one fella

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Get down to Bodeans on Poland St and have a Boston Butt for me smile.gif

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What... one of these... notworthy.gif

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