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What does your vanity plate say?

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Unread 07-15-2013, 12:06 PM
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Re: What does your vanity plate say?

Mine just showed up today!
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    Re: What does your vanity plate say?

    My Mom's says "NOTONTM" Not on time, lol
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    HungLow....not really but I have considered getting 338LM
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    Re: What does your vanity plate say?

    mine says (BERGVLD)
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    Unread 07-22-2013, 09:01 PM
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    Re: What does your vanity plate say?

    I've had several different Vanity Plates over the years.....lost the last 2 since I didn't keep up the Inspection on my Cars...kinda the Old Ladies fault for not letting me keep Insurance and Inspections on them....had 1 of them for over 25-30 years! :(

    1-GTO (My 1969 GTO I still have and owned sinced 1977).

    69-CONV (My 1969 LeMans Convertible).

    My Older Brother Terry had a 1951 Chevy Truck and I kept His old Plates after He sold it...it said CMY-51 (See My 51).
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    Unread 07-22-2013, 09:15 PM
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    Re: What does your vanity plate say?

    Not hunting related....

    It's the farm and business name..

    ARD 1 on the pickup
    ARD 2 on one of my bikes
    ARD 3 on another bike
    ARD 4 on another bike
    ARD TOO on my wife's car.

    It's ARD Farm and Forage growers, LLC.
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