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Personal number plate

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by Macca, Aug 11, 2013.

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Which one do you think is best?

Poll closed Aug 18, 2013.
  1. M55KCA

    21 vote(s)
    95.5%
  2. M555CKA

    1 vote(s)
    4.5%
  1. Macca

    Macca Zorg Guru (II)
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    Ok, I was thinking of getting a personalised number plate and I'm down to the following 2. This is due to availability and cost. Please vote for which one you think looks the closest to Macca.

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  2. badman gee

    badman gee Guest

    The short one is great. Looks more like a private one! IMHO
     
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  3. Titan

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    Deffo the short one !
    You can probably shorten the length of the whole plate as well ;)
     
  4. GazHyde

    GazHyde The Gaz Monkey
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    Shorter one for me too!
     
  5. stevie_a

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    Isn't it funny how sometimes we prefer when it is shorter rather than longer ...:rolleyes:

    =))
     
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  6. reddyzeddygo

    reddyzeddygo Zorg Guru (II)
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    Go for the longer one - the Badman has '666' and me & Karen have '777', so with '555' you'll be bringing on the EAC group numbers just right!
     
  7. badman gee

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    The first one looks like macca more though.
     
  8. stevie_a

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    Phone the Guy with the Mercedes Ml280 Ed-s Cdi 4-matic

    He has M4CCA


    Date of Liability 01 02 2014
    Date of First Registration 23 07 2007
    Year of Manufacture 2007
    Cylinder Capacity (cc) 2987cc
    CO2 Emissions 254g/Km
    Fuel TypeD HEAVY OIL
    Export Marker N
    Vehicle Status Licence Not Due
    Vehicle Colour BLACK
    Vehicle Type Approval M1
     
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  9. badman gee

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    That's what you want Richard, give him a call
     
  10. Macca

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    Ummmmm, considering M3 CCA is £8000, I don't think he will sell for less than £10,000. And I 'ain't paying that sort of money.
     
  11. badman gee

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    Don't blame you!
     
  12. Macca

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    Come on peeps, over 40 views and only 4 votes? I'm not asking for comments, I just want you to vote. I don't know who votes so it stays anonymous.
     
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  13. Brian H

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    I cast my vote :D short one for me.
     
  14. jonco

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    Yep - short one.
     
  15. Mint

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    I've voted for the short one as well
     
  16. Macca

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    Ok, thank you all for your input. I have purchased M55CKA (sorry Shaun). Hopefully I will have it on the car for the EAC trip to the lakes.
     
  17. badman gee

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    Excellent, will probably see it at the Xmas doo at this rate! :ymdevil:
     
  18. Boysie

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    Macca keep looking
    don't take the first one
    There is always another plate lurking
     
  19. badman gee

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    Yes, I brought one and found the best one for me the next day!
     
  20. Macca

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    If one turns up Ray, I'll sell this one. But I doubt if it will in my price range.