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rob-bx16v
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Post by rob-bx16v »

:D

From this......

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To this......

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( spells citroen 16v bx ) but i wont display it illegaly though as i dont want to loose the plate or get fined.
The citroen bx loves garages hates driving

bx16v p2 k reg red
bx16v p2 j reg green
bx gti 8v h reg blue
escort rs turbo g reg red
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Post by CitroXim »

Nice :D I like that..

Subtle and very apt! Not obviously a special plate, except to those in the know :wink:
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Post by citroen7 »

Ilike that too
but i still think ABX 16V would be the ultimate for a valver

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Post by rob-bx16v »

ever since i saw the plate A16 VBX on a bx16v forum members car i wanted to do somthing like that with mine. I know some people on here dont like private plates and id never bother with one with my initials on. Ive been watching that plate for over a year with a view to buying only money was an issue. Over the week i decided to bite the bullit and buy the plate with no regrets. as it suits me and my pocket. :wink:

its only a cheap plate and a bit of fun realy.
The citroen bx loves garages hates driving

bx16v p2 k reg red
bx16v p2 j reg green
bx gti 8v h reg blue
escort rs turbo g reg red
http://www.albumtown.com/showalbum.php? ... uuid=40577


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Post by MULLEY »

Private plates dont bother me one bit, only put off by the price to be honest, i'd rather spend the money on car bits....

I nearly bought a plate for wifey, but they all seemed a bit boring for the money i could afford, so didnt bother, went for an engine re-map instead :wink:
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Re: New Plates

Post by DavidRutherford »

rob-bx16v wrote: spells citroen 16v bx
If you have to explain it, then surely it doesn't work.

TBH I will never understand the need to change the number plate on a car. I think the americans have the correct idea in calling them "vanity plates"
this might be a signature

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Post by Vanny »

i like the americans strange ruling that if you fill in the right forms you can have a bit of peper in the windscreen instead of a 'penalty plate' (whcih is what they really are these days).