Discussion in 'Motoring Related Discussion' started by PovertySpec, Jul 28, 2017.
I'm sure Audi HQ would be interested, if they don't already own it
If modified a certain supermarket could get it for a reasonable price - ALD1
High end Audi you'd expect A8/R8 or perhaps RS versions as maybe this TT is?
I would expect a good four figure sum at least.
It was on an E-Type
These are good, owned by a husband and wife in theatre
Wasn't PEN 15 or similar also associated with Fiona Richmond/Paul Raymond ?
We are reinventing the wheel, this thread from earlier:
As I thought, there was a 107 SL with FU2 on it.
To my mind, you may as well paint a bullseye on the car with words saying "This cars ideal for carjacking"
Better to keep a low profile and largely stay safe.
what about this one? sums up my usual journeys in my c class with a friend lol
Saw HE17CAT on a Hellcat yesterday doing a dyno run.
my best one wish I had kept it was ppp999p
Not sure how a plate would do that?
Was taking to some farmer friends about the plate I have inherited which is on my daily car it's been in our family for about 80 years and is a local plate, and they said a local oap (with similar plate - this one was 1 letter and 1 number only, mine is 1 letter, 4 numbers so less memorable shall we say) was advised by police after a break in to remove a plate from car as it was so memorable and when spotted at a shop would mean the house was unoccupied.
Car jacking..that's the car type not the plate imo....
No point in cloning one of these plates
Some of the best I've seen include
240v on a sparky van
F1SHY on a friends Rangie - ran a massive fishing business out of Peterhead
Close but 230V would have been better
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