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I know that some of you have period license plates on your cars - I've been looking at some, but haven't gotten one yet. In my searching, I came across a website that recreates license plates, and they apparently look pretty authentic. I wonder if they would pass muster with the MVA and I could put 'em on my car, with custom letters...
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1968 Datsun 1600 Roadster SPL31120785
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No one at MVA will ever know unless they are lighter than the original because they do look at them. You need to have the historic plates inthe trunk and pay $5 to have the YOM ones attached to the registration.
I remember when no one wanted the 1500s......