Licence plate brothers.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Birdy, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. Birdy

    Birdy Not Child Friendly

    It doesn't get any closer than this to my own licence plate and all of them are on 1976 buses :) Anyone else have licence plate siblings??


    Lazy Andy's bus

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    One l spotted at Elemental 2011
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    Mine. A mixture of the 2. Shame mine isn't blue and white.
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  2. I love the oh my plates lol
     
  3. Birdy

    Birdy Not Child Friendly

     
  4. There are two near identical bays to mine around here (Sage Green Westies) with the number just one or two different mine is 65T one is 63T and I think he other is 66T. I know one was privately imported from South Africa (its owner used to work with my Mrs) and ours came privately from Switzerland.
     
  5. Diddymen

    Diddymen Moderator

    Some one in the next road owns a bay that has one number different to mine .....small world!
     
  6. rickyrooo1

    rickyrooo1 Hanging round like a bad smell

    On old style registrations like we have, the last 2 letters (in your case MY) are what is called the local memory tag, MY is Middlesex, this would have been the issuing office of your plates on import, they have blocks of unused combinations which they issue in order from the office you use therefore the ones close to yours must also have been imported or registered very close together, mine is UX this is Shopshire (Shrewsbury office) i got that because i drove to Shrewsbury to get mine, if i had gone to Birmingham it would have been totaly different. For those interested here's a link to check your issuing office.
    http://nice-reg.co.uk/info/area-of-issue-codes-for-classic-suffix-and-prefix-number-plates.html
     
  7. in my mini club we have 2 red mini coopers with matching reg numbers

    H802FRL and H803FRL

    both bought from the same garage more than 20 years ago
     
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  9. start room worry if someone has the exact same registration & colour as you though LOL
     
  10. Come to think of it, I remember when all the hot rodders in bristol were after devon plates, especially rOD.
     

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