<VV> Why "Black Plate"? Re: California black plate '65 Turbo coupe on Craiglist: $5, 500

Brent Fullard brent.fullard at rogers.com
Wed Dec 30 12:59:15 EST 2015

Frank. The significance of "black plate" means that this car (in all probability) spent it's entire life in California, since black plates were issued in up until 1969, before switching to blue plates. California cars hold the promise of being rust free. Brent


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 Brent, what's the significance of your reference to "black plate"?   We see the license plate is black, but does this have a special meaning in California?Frank BurkhardBoonton, New Jersey
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