Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by kgblazerfive, Jan 3, 2006.
Thought I would share with you guys my collection
Nice. Where did you get them? Boneyard?
I worked at a salvage auto auction, Copart, so most came from there. Some of the others I have bought, once I started collecting them found that alot of people collect them. One of the most expensive ones that I have I haven't even got yet, waiting for it to be shipped, but its a NWT cost me like $35. I guess the new Territory that Canada has Nanuvut(sp) is going for $100 plus on E-bay
Nice collection. I just started scrounging up some myself, no where near the amount that you have though.
small CA collection
Some early Black CA plates
i dont think i see a pa plate....some look like the old pa plates but their blurry and i cant tell
growing up with my brother and my friends we allways played the game we called "out of state", when we were traveling with our parents in the car somewere, if you saw a out of state plate first you would call it out then punch them in the shoulder. ofcourse we allways got in trouble after a few hits. you could have a serious "out of state game" in your house with out having to leave the house.
They are in enter the union order so PA is the second plate from the top under Deleware. I have some states with two or more plates so thats why there are more then fiftey. After Hawaii I have six Mexican plates, which aren't part of the union, I also started collecting Canadian plates as well as Bicentennial plates. I need two more and I have Utah 1960 to present and I have two Olympic plates.
Am I the only one who noticed the Captain America calendar?
You have to notice the desktop then also
I did have this one but the wife thought it was to scary for the kids
Ghost Rider hell yeah
i just wanted to mention that you said your most expensive plate was a nwt plate, do a search for delaware plates and i bet you come up with some pricey plates. i used to live in delaware and its strange but in delaware it is a status symbol to have the lowest digits possible #1 is the govenor's plate, #2 is the lt. govenor's plate, #3 is the lowest possible civilian owned plate and is worth more than a million dollars. a few years back the delaware lottery gave away a 57 chevy with liscence plate #57, the plate was worth more than the car was. strange little fact but check it out its kinda interesting.
Yeah when I started buying them I was suprised how much some were, I have paid more for plates but got two with it, my Alaska Bicentennial cost me $40 or so but I got two and sold the other. I'm trying to find a set of 66 and 68 Utah plates for my Bug and Nova have found one but need two and I don't want to spend more then fifty. One of the cool things out here is you can use them to register your vehicle with and it doesn't cost you anymore so they are like personal plates with out the fee.
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