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    Soon to be lean... Joe Black's Avatar
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    I have been thinking about a personalised number plate for my car for a bit and figured I could do it soon.. I canlt afford much so it is not an ideal one but I think it looks ok..

    My initials are DPC but I donlt really want them on..

    To not be super exepensive it needs to be in the following format..

    LETTER (J or less), NUMBER (not 1) and 3 LETTERS

    I thought C1 GHY would be cool but unfortuntely plates with a 1 in cost bucks.. This one would be 1500 !

    So what do you think about C6 GHY or C7 GHY ?

    I am gonna get some prices on these too..

    When you stare at it does "Cloughie" jump out.. Not bothered about people that donlt know me but if you knew me as Cloughie it would make sense right ?

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    i was offered the a personalised number plate through the post. but it was 230 pounds so i though sod that. anyway if you hit some objeect etc they are more likely to remember your reg if it personailed.
    it might increase the chances of being nicked or broken inot as they will think you have more money so more expensive radio and things in the boot. no proof of this but it makes sense if i was a breaking into cars?

    the best number plte i have seen was

    G1 rls - girls it was on a lamboguinghy. i still do not know wether they were females admitting they are girls or men looking for girls.

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    C7 GHY......

    Hmmm. perhaps it 's cause I just woke up, but this came across to me as Club 7 Guy !

    ok but woth regards to Cloughie coming out, I liked the first one C1 GHY.

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    H0LKO

    Could you have HULK0?
    "Geordie/'d3c:di/n. & adj. Brit colloq. n. 1 a native of Tyneside. 2 the dialect spoken on Tyneside. adj. of or relating to Tyneside, its people, or its dialect. [the name George + -IE]

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    That's pretty lame how they price things ... I wouldn't bother.
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    Rob, there is no wayt I am putting HULK on my car lol...

    Its an ok nickname for the net but not on my car !

    hmm C7 ghy is 500 !

    They laos have C19 GHY for 300

    Although I am tempted to go for the C7 one I think I will save my money...

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    That's insane ... vanity plates don't cost any where near that much over here, and you can put whatever you want (ie, no stupid letter, number, letter crap) ...
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    HEHE,

    Just bought 3682 as my reg. My D.O.B!

    Only place in the world with no letters in our reg's.

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    I want a beercan one.

    But I get enough attention as it is.

    Revealing my secret identity as the world famous beercan wouldn't help my case any.

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    Who is this beercan fool?

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    ~shrugs~

    Some chump i guess...
    "Geordie/'d3c:di/n. & adj. Brit colloq. n. 1 a native of Tyneside. 2 the dialect spoken on Tyneside. adj. of or relating to Tyneside, its people, or its dialect. [the name George + -IE]

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