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    Lamest personalized license plates

    Within the past week I've seen a BMW 330i with the plate "BMW330I" and a Subaru Tribeca with the plate "TRIBECA." Wow, how original. Why would you pay extra for a plate that says the exact same thing that's already badged on your vehicle?

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    NEW MBA on a new 330Ci
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    I think that says it all about the driver!

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    There's a Porsche Boxter by the station with a number plate 'XGODX'. I gotta get a picture.

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    I saw SICJEEP on the back of a really ugly jeep in the target parking lot yesterday. That was teh lame.

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    Oh, and then there's the Porsche Cayenne Turbo at Mammoth STARWOD
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    seen in Boise, ID.....BABYMKR

    pretty lame if you ask me.....must be either a ob/gyn physician or someone of "the faith"

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    In Wyoming you only get 4 characters.

    I actually though about geting "TTON" or "TETN" but never did.
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    There are only 500,000 cars in WY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnjam
    seen in Boise, ID.....BABYMKR

    pretty lame if you ask me.....must be either a ob/gyn physician or someone of "the faith"
    I've seen that plate over by St. Lukes.



    I saw CTR on a white suburban full of kids in Eastern Idaho last spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edg
    There are only 500,000 cars in WY?

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    There are less than that many people in WY.

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    Michigan allows 7 for vanity plates

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum
    I saw CTR on a white suburban full of kids in Eastern Idaho last spring.
    I don't get it.

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    Was following this guy round the Nurburgring at the weekend...


    This guy's plate (M90WER) was also had a tinge of the lavender about it.
    Last edited by bad_roo; 09-14-2006 at 02:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WWCD
    There are less than that many people in WY.
    There are 330,000 people in Croydon, for god's sake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD
    Within the past week I've seen a BMW 330i with the plate "BMW330I" and a Subaru Tribeca with the plate "TRIBECA." Wow, how original. Why would you pay extra for a plate that says the exact same thing that's already badged on your vehicle?
    What would be worse if they took badges off those vehicles

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    I don't get it.
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    When I lived in Utah, I looked around for a "CTL" or "CTW" sticker, but never could find one.
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    Wyoming is the least populous state in the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    Was following this guy round the Nurburgring at the weekend...

    This guy's plate (M90WER) was also had a tinge of the lavender about it.
    I'm pretty sure I hate you. If I could only rock manpris I'd hatch a fiendish plot to kill you and impersonate you.
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    Saw a Prius with "ECO GUY" plate. What a tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    This guy's plate (M90WER) was also had a tinge of the lavender about it.
    Someone needs to fly past him with the plate "PWN3D"

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    I was in front of a guy in 'M3 FLU' which was a - you guessed it! - BMW M3. He roared past me on the dual carriage way, but as it happens, was going the same way as me. I overtook him at a set of lights (I got mad queue-choosing skillz) and he had to ride my tail the whole way home. I laughed.

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    The is a woman who works here who has her first initial then last name on her plate.

    has to be the lamest thing you can put on a plate.

    saw a BMW on a road trip a few years ba that said

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    Read to me as Doctor Dick, but I am sure he meant Doctor Decay
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    You can't make a number plate with 'JONG' on it in the UK

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    Lamest I saw was "3AT M3" on a minivan outside of chicago last month.

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