meshuggah wrote:Maybe a 70000 Tons Of Metal license plate holder? It would look much better than my present one (New York Mets)
Memnoch wrote:^Volvos are the only good metal ever to come from Göteborg.
Ok, there sure is loads of excellent metal coming from Sweden.
We have somewhat strict rules on personalized licence plates. They have to be in the form of XXX-123 (2 or 3 letters and a maximum of three numbers). It'll cost 900 euros to get one.
I don't think I'll be getting one for my Volvo.
Memnoch wrote:Are licence plates transferable to another vehicle in the U.S.? I mean if you buy a new car, can you get your old personalized plate on the new car?
Here it's not possible, so there really aren't too many personalized licence plates.
liser wrote:I wanted to post a picture of a personalized plate I saw the other day, but the link deal is not working. Can we actually not do attachments?
Stained Class wrote:liser wrote:I wanted to post a picture of a personalized plate I saw the other day, but the link deal is not working. Can we actually not do attachments?
I've never had any luck with attachments on here. If it's already online somewhere just get the image URL and put it in the [img] tag.
Ecliptica wrote:That's my biggest fear with getting a personalized plate -- what if the band/thing I'm really into starts to suck :-P
License plates are like tattoos for me -- I keep having all these great ideas and then think about it three days later and realize it's stupid.
Jaimie38 wrote:I saw a plate on a Fiat yesterday SACBUTR
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