<VV> Corvair plates

J R Read_HML hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Fri Jul 14 18:05:03 EDT 2006

Hi Tim

The Secretary of State (DMV in other states) has a car show in Springfield 
IL (our Capitol) each year.  The state "features" a different car each time. 
Special plates are issued which depict the featured car for that year.  They 
are "legal" plates for about 6 months - around the time of the show.  I 
happen to have two sets of those plates as I had them on two vairs at the 
time.  I do sometimes put them on when going to car shows.

Later, JR

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Rt66Vairs at aol.com>
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Sent: Friday, July 14, 2006 4:59 PM
Subject: <VV> Corvair plates

> This not about personalized plates.
> A while back Burt Neuner (a Corvair guy and fine American) offered for 
> sale
> some Illinois
> Special Event Plates from the Sec of State Car Show in 2000. These plates
> show a
> Caveman Car, rear view with the engine lid open and a LM  convertible.
> They are SOOOOOooooo  COOL!
> I'm guessing he still may have some.
> Contact him and find out:
> _bneuner at ramcel.com_ (mailto:bneuner at ramcel.com)
> These will be on my car (65 Monza Coupe) at Rt 66 Rendezvous here in 
> Berdoo
> in Sept. And
> every darn car show I got to from now.
> I wonder why other states don't do this?
> Tim Abney
> Inland Empire Corvair Club
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