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    NZVW

    901 two license plate

    Huggggh????

    NZVW Today, 07:23 PM Go to last post
    fryardds

    Fs: 9113600308 . . .

    Most everybody thinks they belong there, even though most shouldn't (unless they are gold, haha....)

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    Jon B

    901 two license plate

    A 65 cannot have blue plates issued to it under the current program.
    But a 65 can have blue plates if they were issued in the 70s, and the car

    Jon B Today, 06:52 PM Go to last post
    fryardds

    1973 RS help

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    fryardds Today, 06:44 PM Go to last post
    Scott A

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    No one understands the California laws.

    Many old plates can be reused. If the right colors and proper numbers.

    A 1965 cannot

    Scott A Today, 04:13 PM Go to last post

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