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Fantasy 'Cherished' registration numbers

nvingo

Distinguished Member
Related to the "What good registration plates..." thread in the Motoring section, but started in GC for wider audience.

Post any ideas for valid UK format registrations that would be good.

Eg. S114DOW (with a black screwhead between the 1s) would look like shadow

Must be one of the recognised formats (past upto 2049 which the current series is valid to) from;
A1-Z9999
1A-9999Z
AA1-ZZ9999
1AA-9999ZZ
AAA1-ZZZ999
1AAA-999ZZZ
AAA1A-ZZZ999Z
A1AAA-Z999ZZZ
AA01AAA-ZZ99ZZZ

Of course there are many which wouldn't be issued due confusion 0/O, 1/I etc, and make obscene words, as well as those combinations which were never allocated to a regional registering office, but just stick to the formats, don't worry about validity checking.
 
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philbot

Well-known Member
I've got PHIIBOT :)
 

DVD-Man

Distinguished Member
My favourite local 'council' plate is CL10 JOY, guess what car it's on?
 

Simian Sibling

Distinguished Member
My brother owns T110RNE. Our surname being Thorne! I always wanted that number plate and that sod bought it!
 

mjn

Distinguished Member
N1NJA
 

PU6HY

Distinguished Member
I want CA15YHR
There are loads of CA15's around our way and my youngest boys name is Cai. The eldest is Rhys so the 5YHR backwards spells that. Be perfect for me.
 

DIYlady

Distinguished Member
There was a couple of cars outside the same house just off the embankment in London with plates "2B" and "NOT 2B"
 

BT Bob

Distinguished Member
Saw on a range rover pulling a horse box the number plate was, HOR 5E
I believe that is (or used to be) owned by David Broome.
 

nvingo

Distinguished Member
You don't have to post existing or spotted regs. Anything you like that can be made with letters and numbers to DVLA rules.

I'd like to see T81RDS on a Ford Thunderbird but, T is from 1999 and they stopped making big Thunderbirds in 1997 so it wouldn't be allowed (makes the car seem newer), though it would be ok on a 2001-onwards 2-seater.
My favourite local 'council' plate is CL10 JOY, guess what car it's on?
The number of small Renault hatchbacks with reg. starting CL10, I'm sure Renault or their dealers bought them all up. Btw. Clio.
 
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Showoff

Distinguished Member
My exact first name (slightly unusual as a first name, but not uncommon as a surname) sold at a DVLA auction about 20 years ago. I put in a bid at the time of about £3.5k, but it sold for over £6k.

About 10-15 years ago my exact surname came up again in a DVLA auction, but money was tight at the time, so just put in a sealed bid of £1.5k and it sold for £1.6k only one bid after my limit. It is now for sale for £16k!!!

Joke!
 

Showoff

Distinguished Member
PR3TENT10US
Where as to save money buying a pretentious personalised number plate, you just changed your name by deed poll to WA11 REO. :)
 

NooBish AbbZ 92

Distinguished Member
If the current format stays as it is, as of 2030, I can get my full surname perfectly :) And yes, I plan to buy it.

Fortunately every character of my surname can convincingly be replaced with a number.
S-5 , B-8 , O-0, T-7, A-4 :) Not in that order though ;)
 

nvingo

Distinguished Member
So I came up with 2007-8 MU57ANG. Just so happens, that has been issued and is on... a 2007 Mustang GT!
 

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