The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Preacher, Jun 15, 2007.
My Wifes first car and the plates She runs !
From my STOLEN '68 Hemi Roadrunner
I embrace my years...
I got these for my '63 Electra hearse, but it's not roadworthy yet, so I put them on my Riv.
Dont have a pic of it.. But the FUNNIEST one I have ever seen read " WAS HIS" on the back of a Mercedes!!!
i saw one i when i lived in tucson that read, 455H0L3. if you look at it kinda quick its pretty easy to see what it reads. i had to do a double take to make sure of what i saw.
This is my '51 Hudson custom with "Holy Cow" plates.
here is my 1964 Falcon Club Wagon (van)
And my 70-1/2 Falcon
Don`t have a pic, but it reads NUTNFIT
that's our "salt plate"...just to make sure against who we're racing...
I know it's no licence plate, but way cool, too:
Maybe I just think it's cool cause it's mine.
actual 59 plate , but Missouri truck plates where orange in 59.
Blue plates are for MODOT .
Me and Tinker drove to Jeff city with a handful of 59 plates I bought at swaps and ran them down, one of girls in office is a street rodder so they called modot and asked if I could have it , they weren't useing # at time so they let me have it : )
to answer that question... nope
heres one I have, It was on my 26 T truck its going on my 26 tudor. I got it from a guy here on the Hamb his Wife would not let him run it.
From my '47 Chevy pu at the Okie Twist Off Aug '08, photo by RuffDawg,OKC Roller Derby girl unknown
Here are three of mine! Yeah, the Camaro may be OT for this board... But, having owned it for 39 years (since I was 18), I figured the plate might be interesting to some of you. The plate on the '64 'vette is speaks for it's self. The plate on the '55 can be read a couple of ways (it's a gas to drive) or running no front bumper, 15 X 4 TTO Americans on the front, painted steel wheels & slicks on the rear, dual 4bbl carbs, small block, gear drive cam, 4.10 posi rear, and 4 speed makes it something of a gasser.
This was on one of my old bikes
After I sold the lincoln, I put it on my f150 but it's about to go on my 65 panel.
It's my business name not the capability of the vehicles (except the bike - that thing hauled ass!).
The star on the '27 Ohio plate was used when the number exceeded 999 999. After the star, the prefixs used were 'A', 'B', etc., up until 'M' when the style of plates changed.
PREACHER...I think antique plate's realy set the hotrod off! but their pricey...POP.
Here's one for the South Park fans.
I got this plate when H2's were all the rage and everyone thought my Jeep was a Hummer.
Here is last years plate (09-10)
Got a different one coming for spring (2010-2011)!
Our 41 Packard was sold in Phoenix new in aug of 41, it has never been registered out side of Maricopa county, ( Phoenix). After two years I found a plate from Maricopa county and the MVD allowed us to transfer it to the car , so now it has a plate that fits the original registration. We are the third owner. The only thing is that they want us to put stickers on it, will make little tabs if I get pushed that will swing in and out behind the plate
I used to have one on my old pickup that was IDOBODS, my current pickup has one that reads 8EZBNLOW
It's not mine but TOO funny! I think it actually came up randomly.
I don't get it?
The 5's make s's and the orange makes an "O". Two words.
DUH!! I kinda allowed for the 5s as Ss, but not the orange as an O.
on my dodge stealth twin turbo ( u bn pasd )
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