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On a black GTR with bronze wheels which rip-off custom NSW plate looks better?


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22 hours ago, niZmO_Man said:

Why make a private company richer?

100% Agree, so I am trying by sticking to the $109/year options. 

16 hours ago, HCD Velcra said:

Both seem pretty gay, but the black background is better.

Why not going for bronze if the rims are too?

No bronze options. I think.

5 hours ago, UWISSH! said:

But then when u decided to change wheels you also need to change the plates 

This isn't gonna change. At least not while I keep the car. 

 

The best plate size for the rear of an R34 is the "international size" but not sure any will go the black/bronze/gold theme of the car. Also "international size" means a huge front plate :(

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I wish we had such plates in Germany and I dont think theyre that huge. Before you go for something like "I tried to get as near as possible" with some optical aspects, Id definately take a simple basic white shit plate - cause they dont stick into your eye like something that doesnt fit

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7 minutes ago, HCD Velcra said:

I wish we had such plates in Germany and I dont think theyre that huge. Before you go for something like "I tried to get as near as possible" with some optical aspects, Id definately take a simple basic white shit plate - cause they dont stick into your eye like something that doesnt fit

 

you dont want “myplates” in germany, the government here sold the plate making franchise gold mine - probably to a family friend of a retired politician - in an opaque deal.

i think you might be right. white on black has the smallest plate options, and probably the least likely to look like a near miss

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