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Funny License Plates or unTruth in Advertising?

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I saw this car yesterday, noticed the plate and then saw the driver. I then jockeyed for position to get these photos.:lol:

 

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Hmmm....:blink:

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Maybe it's his wife's car..............  Or not...........

 

There's a reason they are called "vanity tags" in Cali.....

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I saw one that said “HDGIRLS” on a Jeep today. The 2 guys up front had to be pushing 70....years old. 

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Maybe he's got a 'flatus' problem and misspelled 'cut 1'.

 

After all, he is driving with a couple windows half down.

:lol::lol:   :o

 

..........Widder

 

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A few years back, was behind a vehicle where the lic plate read "TOPLESS"  with a female driving.  Every person that passed her in the left hand lane glanced over as they went by.  It was a convertible with the top up.

 

Saw another one that had to belong to a dentist, "2THDR"

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1 hour ago, Calamity Kris said:

Maybe it's his wife's car..............  Or not...........

 

There's a reason they are called "vanity tags" in Cali.....

 

Maybe his Grand Daughters car???

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This one seems to match the passenger. :D

 

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I followed NE1410S for thirty miles before I figured it out: anyone for tennis?

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We followed a Corvette through Knoxville last year. The plate was

"LONGONE"

 

We playfully argued whether the driver meant Long Gone or Long One

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One of my favorites was a white VW Rabbit convertible with a license plate that said “ML8-ML8”. :D

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I have two big black Mercuries whose license plates phonetically spell Batmobile 1 and Batmobile 2.  Each of them have Bat-Signals on the front license plates and hanging from the rear view mirrors.  Best known cars in town.

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A friend saw Sir Ian McKellan’s cars in London 

 

2 B and Not 2 B

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These don't leave much to the imagination! :lol:

 

 Had a young man study on the one on Ol' Green for twenty minutes before it dawned on him what it meant! :wacko: :rolleyes:

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9 hours ago, J Bar Binks, #47015 said:

Hawaii, 2006...

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I'm not gonna ask...

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I saw a white Ford Bronco on the freeway not long after the "famous chase" that read "NOT OJS"

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12 minutes ago, Calamity Kris said:

I saw a white Ford Bronco on the freeway not long after the "famous chase" that read "NOT OJS"

There was a guy in California years ago that had a white Bronco and his plate was "NOT OJ". :lol:

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16 hours ago, Calamity Kris said:

Maybe it's his wife's car..............  Or not...........

 

There's a reason they are called "vanity tags" in Cali.....

HAHAHA. " Woman, Vanity is thy name"......and perhaps others too. 

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My favorite, seen in the Durham (NC) School of the Arts dropoff line, is now and will forever be

U NCSU X

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Had one around Ontario, CA when I lived there.  It was on the back of  Suzuki, read "SUE'S UKI".  Apostrophe was painted on or put there with  a Sharpie marker.

 

At least it was clever.

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Many years ago I saw a Mazda RX-7 with a vanity plate that said   "GOESHMM"

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On 11/16/2018 at 10:02 AM, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:

I'm not gonna ask...

Why would you need to ask, the rainbow is already there ?

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I saw a really cool Mazda MX-5 (Miata) today that was all blacked out and obviously had some additional suspension work done on it with the license plate “SPRTSCAR” in the new (old) California black with yellow lettering. 

 

Yeah, that was truth in advertising. I wanted to get a photo but I was on my bike.

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On 11/16/2018 at 1:07 PM, Injun Ryder, SASS #36201L said:

How about QT314?

 

Belonged to a female engineer. (Who was BTW).

I remember a book (Donald Hamilton's Mona Intercept, I think). Guy and gal at the marina. On the sternboard of a boat it says QTπ

 

Woman says, "If they wanted to name the boat that, why didn't they just write it, instead of being all - cutiepie - about it?"

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A few years back, my wife's sister wanted to get her husband an Alberta vanity plate for Christmas with his name, Henry, on it.  She was told by vehicle registry that it was already taken, so she got him one with, Henry1, on it.  About two months later we were staying at the Holiday Inn at Great Falls, MT and in the parking lot was a pick-up with an Alberta plate that said Henry.  Considering the circumstances, the odds of seeing that particular plate, especially when it was out of country was about the same as winning the lottery.

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Where else would a cowboy/cowgirl go after a day on the range?

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The plate on the camper I pull with my Harley is "Hog Hut"

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