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I've been cruising around in my red car and getting a few notice from other skyliners. One thing I notice on quite a few gtrs are personalise plates that either say [GTR 89] OR [GTR 28] OR [GTR 10] I means what is the go, yes, it's a gtr and the bagdes aren't big enough? So they have to advertise it in the plates? worst still are gts-t with gtr badges are ppls so lame?

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I've been cruising around in my red car and getting a few notice from other skyliners. One thing I notice on quite a few gtrs are personalise plates that either say [GTR 89] OR [GTR 28] OR [GTR 10] I means what is the go, yes, it's a gtr and the bagdes aren't big enough? So they have to advertise it in the plates? worst still are gts-t with gtr badges are ppls so lame?

I think the smarter way to go is a bit more cryptic. our plates are TWO.06L if you didn't know what you were looking at you could think it said twoogl as my mate thought.lol

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to much money to know what to do with, so they spend it on plates with no imagination

what about LAM.333...LAME33. i like it (or LAM332 etc)

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It's the new WRX plates, they get what ever number is the next available one.  

We saw MRT04 this arvo. Thought that was a pretty cool plate.  

People still don't realise what mine say, so I just give up.

WHAT ARE THEY???

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I've seen GAY69 and GAY80... and I think both of them were accurate, one was on a pink Barina with a faggy looking bloke driving ;) I wonder if they're hoping to be tail-ended? :P

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