<VV> FNader plate
tkalp at cox.net
tkalp at cox.net
Mon Jul 3 20:28:52 EDT 2006
In Kansas you can run year of manufacture plates from any county in the State. After picking up a couple of plates for recently aquired Corvairs and Kirk Eck getting a Goodland County plate for his car (GO) I am going to start looking for only Franklin County tags (FR) . . . No one would have to explain it to their kids . . . but it might bring a few smiles amounst knowing people.
---- Tony Underwood <tonyu at roava.net> wrote:
> Not in VA. They have a pack of what must be evangelists or
> something that look at license plate applications in mirrors,
> upside-down, check other languages etc.
> My brother tried to get 3MTA3, no good, turned him down. I've seen
> a few VA personalized plates that must have been early issues, what
> with rather interesting references on them... seeing as how of late
> there's been a crackdown on what can and cannot appear on a VA
> license plate. Spoilsports.
> There is no joy in mudville.
> They've even made some plates "ungrandfathered" and recalled them
> after the fact, such as the VA plate 2DYKES which the DMV recalled
> (after much protest from the two ladies who jointly owned the Jeep
> Cherokee to which the plate had been registered) following a
> complaint from some woman who saw it and didn't like it. BS
> complaint if you ask me...
> ...a personalized VA plate I saw on a car at a local Taco
> Bell ;) with a Hollins College bumper sticker (reknown for having
> been an upper-crust girls school for over a hundred years) that
> showed LES BEAN managed to sneak by...
> Closest Vair sort in VA that I'd seen was another FNADER and FRALPH,
> both VA personalized plates on lates, both seen at VA Vair Fairs.
> ...I've not seen either of these plates at any shows for some time
> now, wonder if the DMV recalled them as well. ;)
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