Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Pat and Trish, Oct 11, 2014.
Saw this on way home from France earlier this year, who would it suit?
One of our Antipodean friends?
That's deep thinking,love it.
ASBO FUN might be more appropriate for some
When Funsters drink there's never NUFSOBA
I am about to to sell a car with L7ATY anybody want to make me an offer? No idea what it might stand for but hides the age of your vehicle
I have a cherished plate on my car which I've had for 25 years.
I was looking for one for my Morelo Palace and back in November found PA 14 CEX (PALACE X) for £950 but when I went online today to actually snag it, someone else had beat me to it! Grrr!
So, I did a little thinking and walked away with this beauty - AM O3 ELO (A MORELO) for £250 - look out for it down the road!
My 'Cherished Registration' is my Birth Certificate
First thing we did was put a 57 plate on our new 15 plate M H. People tell me it looks very good for its age. Some tell me it's a form of showing off. To me it relates to both of us and the vehicle.
Blimey... you've got a good imagination, those number plates look meaningless to me...
Clearly that's true as I see the 3 as an R
Mine is hardly showing off - changing a 67 plate for an 03 doesn't really do that. Anyway, I don't see it as showing off - people can see it however they like but its of no business of anyone but you.
I see TAX 1 or (TAXI) is expected to sell for around £100k as it's at auction today I think
Well done for that and both that you quote are fairly apparent when attached to your vehicle. We like to see the non apparent ones and sometimes spend many happy miles trying to guess what the message is supposed to be.
For what it's worth I prefer the one you got and not for the price but it has a more solid look to it.
I have just realised your avatar name doesn't mean Our More Lo Life
Stop it; that's way too amusing!
So what is your plate? Come on, I'm dying to know now
Thanks, its worth loads.
My imagination isn't that good I'm afraid so I normally go for the more obvious one's
Our plate is only special to us, it has the wife’s initials, the motorhomes year and my initials and it only cost £250 from the DVLA site. Means nothing to anyone who sees it but a nice touch for us.
Who's bidding on it? HMRC?
More like PAY 4 CEX. Or is that my smut mind
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