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Re: Euro Plates: Cool or Lame? (archive)

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Posted by Peter S on April 27, 2000 at 00:00:38:

In Reply to: Euro Plates: Cool or Lame? posted by Shane on April 26, 2000 at 22:58:44:

: I recently (and unexpectedly) just aquired a set of authentic modern german plates (with the blue square on the left with a "D" in the middle of it). I'd only legally be able to use the front plate, but I'm trying to decide whether this would be a tasteful addition to my 02 or poser-like. I kind of like the traditional Euro look but I thought I'd see what some other 02'ers thought.

: -Shane
: '71 02

Its a toss up. Looks like it should - just came off the boat, but then its very poser at the same time. California requires a CA front plate. I have a British plate on my Mini-Cooper but the lettering is the same as my real plate "NO DRVR". Its right hand drive. I've never been stopped for it.

Peter S

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