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#151 ensign14

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 10:16

Saw one coming home yesterday on a motorhome - F1 8RDC. Anyone famous?

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#152 glyn parham

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 11:41

In Sevenoaks this week I followed D1 MCS, any one we know perhaps?

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#153 alansart

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 11:49

Saw one coming home yesterday on a motorhome - F1 8RDC. Anyone famous?


I followed ENS 16N the other day. Wasn't you was it?


#154 ensign14

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 11:56

If it was being driven like Nuvolari mixed with Prost and a dash of Foyt, then perhaps. Otherwise, no.

#155 D-Type

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 15:56

If it was being driven like Nuvolari mixed with Prost and a dash of Foyt, then perhaps. Otherwise, no.

Oy! This is the registration numbers thread - not the fantasy thread. :lol:


#156 JtP1

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Posted 12 June 2009 - 21:30

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PEN 15 belonged to Steve Parrish, ex-GP bike racer and truck-racing champion, now MotoGP commentator on BBC...............I still don't know how he got away with it......


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Mr Parrish has been taken to court over the number a few years ago. He pointed out that Swansea had actually sold him the number and the spacing etc was correct, so what was the problem.

#157 Giraffe

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 08:43

A very distinctive numberplate spotted in Birmingham yesterday...........

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#158 ensign14

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 09:24

Unless Bira has changed her surname to Kaur, perhaps not. ;)

#159 kayemod

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 09:29

Looks like the Forum Moderators are on tour this summer................... :wave:


I don't think you'd be likely to catch 'our own' pillar of moral rectitude Bira with an illegally spaced numberplate.

Living as I do, a couple of miles away from the most expensive housing in the UK at Sandbanks, our roads are full of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys etc, almost all of them bearing 'private' plates that spell out a name of some kind, often something like Sergei these days unfortunately. Some are really imaginative in their rearranged spacings, added black screw heads etc, so that it's often quite difficult to work out what the registration plate should actually read. They all seem to get away with this, though I saw in some newspaper a few days ago that fines for this offence are being doubled with increased enforcement promised, but I'll believe that when I see it. Anyway, if that really is our own dear Bira, she might be running a significantly increased chance of having her collar felt.


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#160 Paul Hurdsfield

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 12:19

"RPA 215" was the number of my Lambretta 150 when I was "On the beaches" in 1964 with the other Mods. I had RPA 215 on the front and 215 RPA on the back, I was very insulted when a cop pulled me over to "explain" that I didn't own the number in both ways!


My Lambretta LI 125 was 622 DK. DK was the Rochdale ID in the early 60s :up: if only I'd had the foresight to keep it :|

Back in 1971 I was doing the course at Jim Russells school at Mallory and one of the instructors there had 999 ELP, I cant remember his name though :confused:

My cousin has had CJ 7 for many years, he played for Manchester City in the 50s and early 60s Colin James ...... he was the CEO in the 90s.

On a more recent note when I was registering my Westfield this year on a 'Q' plate I tried unsuccessfully to get Q11VER out of the DVLA my Grandson's name is Oliver, I think he would have appreciated that one :cool: but sadly it wasnt to be


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Posted 10 July 2009 - 15:51

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3 O's... makes it faster!

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#162 Ellis French

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 03:59

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A GT 40 Replica in Tas /Australia

#163 Giraffe

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 13:02

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An immaculate MGB GT was visiting one of my neighbours on Sunday in Birmingham........

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 13:06

An immaculate MGB GT was visiting one of my neighbours on Sunday in Birmingham........


I suppose that's an illegal 6, he'll be lucky to get away with that. Looks quite tidy for a council estate...


#165 Paul Hurdsfield

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 14:29

Yesterday at the junction of the M56/A556 I saw MCN 1 on an Aston Martin Vantage.

#166 Geoff E

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 14:41

I saw B1 TCH on a red Jag on Sunday.

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 16:43

I wonder whose car this was at Silverstone?

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So many come to mind including FU1 (Teasy Weasy Raymond) FU2 (Fiona Richmond) DAD 10 (Les Leston) and the two that escaped me a decade back - the DVLA had already spotted them. They were R 50 LES and R 50 LED. But, one that the owner is defending to the death is that on an XK150, the plate it has had since new: WOG 1

Myself, I've had a few including briefly one that now belongs to Steve Parrish, and now, a history of Beatrix Potter and my driving, the daily plate is TTH 72. However, does anyone recognise this lady sitting on my car? The plate might give you aclue. An old and much loved friend.

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#168 Giraffe

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 16:49

COM1C was Jimmy Tarbuck on his Aston Martin, and MAG1C was Paul Daniels on his Roller.

#169 Paul Parker

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 16:53

At the risk of descending into mucky comments (queue Kenneth Williams voice) I seem to recall a rather off white coloured 2 door Mulliner/Park Ward bodied Rolls Royce (the Silver Shadow based model) in 1969 that had the registration KUM 69.

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 17:03

In Post 32 Peter said:

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I never understood the high value of UK registrations, why pay 1,000s of pounds for a number when the maximum fine for displaying the wrong number is 150 quid.
Much cheaper to put what you want on a plate and keep paying the fine!!
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Is this still the case?


#171 D-Type

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 17:14

The law was reinforced recently on this subject, now incorrect typefaces, spacing, and mutilation of characters, if stopped by the police will earn you a £1000 fine AND the number will be confiscated without compensation, - because of course the worst crime in this country now is not to be identifiable on a speed camera and damage revenue intake.

It looks as if they've spoilt that opportunity


#172 kayemod

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 17:36

However, does anyone recognise this lady sitting on my car? The plate might give you aclue. An old and much loved friend.


Is that 'Madam Sin', Cynthia Payne?


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Posted 18 August 2009 - 19:10

Yes, that's Cynthia, with whom I have been friends for years. She doesn't cook but loves knitting so she comes and stays and I look after her while she is doing sppeches wherever. I am the unpaid general factotum and chauffeur, but I wouldn't give her up for the world. She has such a big heart.

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Posted 18 August 2009 - 20:43

Welcome to TNF, Wayne Rooney! :wave:

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 10:33

I believe Ted Ray of comic fame owned JOK1E. There was also a Cardiff Estate agent in the 70s that owned HOU5E

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 10:52

One of my neighbours, well about three miles away if I'm honest, Max Bygraves had MB1 on a Bentley Continental, saw him driving around the area in that many times, Max was particularly courteous behind the wheel, always acknowledging other drivers with a smile on being let out of turnings etc. He used to recount that Mercedes Benz UK kept on at him with ever increasing offers to try to get him to part with that number, but he was never going to sell it to "Those bloody Germans", apparently he remembered being bombed by the Luftwaffe during WW2. Max lives in Australia now, and I rather think I've seen a photo of MB1 on a Mercedes owned by "Those bloody Germans". As I think Peter Cook once said, "I admire principles, that's something I'm always willing to pay for".

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 22:08

When I was a student at Leicester Polytechnic in the mid-eighties, the Mayor of Leicester used to drive round in a limo marked "ABC 123" ("BC" being the regional code for Leicester).

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sorry to be a pedant, but the Leicester's Lord Mayor's plate was (and still is) ABC 1. In the good old days when it was on a Rolls Royce (now on a lpg powered Merc......) there was a spare mayoral car (think it was a Van den Plas Princess) with the plate 1 ABC.

May be apocryphal, but I was told that there was a farmer called MacDonald in Galway with the reg EIE 10 (Geddit?)

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#178 lowdrag

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Posted 20 August 2009 - 05:52

Asa a Leicester lad I knew the businessman who owned ABC 123. The mayoral car was ABC 1 but didn't they sell the plate a while back? Many councils have.

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 13:15

About the license number "250 GTO"

I swear I saw an sales ad in an old car mag. It was about a Lancia Aurelia B20 with reg. n° "250 GTO"...


I remember that. The number was GTO250.

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#180 David McKinney

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 13:53

250GTO is on Nick Mason's eponymous Ferrari

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 15:33

I believe Ted Ray of comic fame owned JOK1E. There was also a Cardiff Estate agent in the 70s that owned HOU5E


His daughter, an accomplished equestrienne, had HOR5E
Have we mentioned Bob Danvers Walker. the old radio commentator, with his Elva Courier RAD10, or Colin Crabbe with his Jaguar XKSS, XKS5, or his Testa Rossa variant 3000 CC?
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#182 f1steveuk

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 18:29

No one took up the BAD 1 challenge I set earlier in the thread!

I recall while doing some work at Beaulieu, that A1 through to about A12 were on various cars there, and I don't mean in the museum! In fact I think it was a Granada A1, that Lord M took me from the palace to the museum, and I casually opened the door into a low wall with a huge thud!

Has Jackie Stewart stil got JYS 1??

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 20:27

How about 666 DTV on Gerry Marshalls Vauxhall Firenza road car.
I seem to remember John Popes Vauxhall Magnum superloon with an Aston Martin engine had an unusual number plate, as he used to drive it to and from race meetings,does anyone remember it.

John Pope's Aston Martin V8 Vauxhall was registered WNK127M, others that come to mind, Roger Clark's first rally winning Escort Twin Cam; XOO254F, (I was fortunate enough to drive that car once), Christabel Carlisle's Race Mini; CMC77, Peter Brownings Healey 3000; PWB57, (I last saw that plate on an Audi). I hope I haven't duplicated any other posts.
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#184 Gregor Marshall

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 22:12

Over the years Dad owned a lot of registrations - 666DTV as you say was a good one, that went on various Vauxhalls, as did 4DTV that he owned until he passed away and was his "every day" registration and appeared on many cars, as did NHW4 which was Nancy Wingfields personal number (John Wingfield's mother).

4DTV and NHW4 are both still family-owned; 666DTV I'm working on!! A certain Mr.Gauntlet seemed to have a hand in that!!

Dad always had 4DTV on his "fun" car and NHW4 on his "sensible" car, and other numbers on others (100GTE on a Vauxhall Astra GTE and then a Fiat Panda and CLG888 on a Porsche 928 and JLM222 on a Ford Prefect and then a Morgan +4).

I'm not sure if if it's wprth adding CUT7 and the DBL6, DBL7 and DBL8, along with other works MG regs!!

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 22:40

RTH wrote: "of course the worst crime in this country now is not to be identifiable on a speed camera and damage revenue intake."

For a solution, see www.phantomplate.com. The spray works best, I'm reliably told.

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Posted 26 September 2009 - 22:37

One of my neighbours, well about three miles away if I'm honest, Max Bygraves had MB1 on a Bentley Continental, saw him driving around the area in that many times, Max was particularly courteous behind the wheel, always acknowledging other drivers with a smile on being let out of turnings etc. He used to recount that Mercedes Benz UK kept on at him with ever increasing offers to try to get him to part with that number, but he was never going to sell it to "Those bloody Germans", apparently he remembered being bombed by the Luftwaffe during WW2. Max lives in Australia now, and I rather think I've seen a photo of MB1 on a Mercedes owned by "Those bloody Germans". As I think Peter Cook once said, "I admire principles, that's something I'm always willing to pay for".

There was a Farrari parked outside the Ritz Hotel in Paris on Friday 25th September Registration plate was MB 1

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Posted 28 September 2009 - 16:09

Yes, that's Cynthia, with whom I have been friends for years. She doesn't cook but loves knitting so she comes and stays and I look after her while she is doing sppeches wherever. I am the unpaid general factotum and chauffeur, but I wouldn't give her up for the world. She has such a big heart.


Quote from richie re Luncheon Vouchers for marshalling.
I met the lady in the mid 80's following an inspection of one of her friends properties when she gave me a signed souvenir of a "luncheon voucher". By sheer co-incidence I'd bought her paperback 'An English Madam' at a market just weeks beforehand and naturally she autographed that aswell.

I travel to London occasionally and drive along her old road in Streatham. Does she still reside there as the photo of the E type dosen't look like the same area?


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Posted 28 September 2009 - 21:11

Apologies in advance for this......

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Posted 28 September 2009 - 21:37

Only those who speak french could understand : i saw this plate (florida i think) in 1986 on my way back from 24 hours of Le Mans : G2LOQ !!!!! :lol:

Anyone remember VLA451M ?????? seen on several cars at Le Mans.....?

#190 Ivan Saxton

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Posted 04 October 2009 - 10:51

Here is a photo for you of a notable car with a notable crew and a registration number that was assigned with purpose and malice. I hope the story of it is of interest to you. I have owned the car since 1964, but I do not have the registration plates.
This 1923 Roamer-Duesenberg was bought out of a catalogue By Mr Eric Scott for the purpose of breaking the record between Adelaide and Melbourne which was held for many years by Murray Aunger in a Prince Henry Vauxhall. He was then managing one of the big hotels in Melbourne, and was able to afford a car he considered best capable of helping him achieve his ambition. He chose this Duesenberg engined car because of Duesenberg's racing success at Indianapolis and elsewhere. Most Roamers used a 5 litre non-detacheable head 6 cylinder Contiental engine with 3 speed gearbox, and it cost an extra US$ 1000 then to buy an otherwise identical car with the 5.6litre 4 cylinder Rochester Duesenberg engine with 4 speed Brown-Lipe gearbox with 1 to 1 1/4 overdrive top. After some enquiry, he located Andrew Lang, a friend he had made through rowing at school some years before. Scott had rowed for Wesley in the Head of the River, and Lang for Melbourne Grammar. They removed the body from the new car, and mounted the pair of seats and fueltank which Lang salvaged from the derelict remains of Hobbs' Mercedes Simplex with which deFraga had set the first Sydney-Melbourne record. Dunlop provided eight special experimental tyres, and they salvaged the extra two wheels from an old Stanley steamer. The photo showing the registration number 40,000 was taken in front of the Adelaide garage where they serviced the car before the record attempt on the return run to Melbourne.
On the way across they had marked the route and made notes; and in one place on the Coorong "desert"the had amused themselves by pacing an emu for some distance at 45mph. Troubles robbed them of any chance of the record. Someone had a bright idea that they should substitute drilled plate and bolts for each pair of front axle U-bolts. Consequently a broken centre-bolt stopped them in a sand-drift near Millicent and costrepair time. Not mentioned in Lang's Sydney Mail report was that they blew the 5th of the eight experimental tyres Dunlop had contributed for the attempt; when they still would have had plenty of time.
Sir Eric Scott told me that car registrations were done in a bluestone yard near the old Melbourne Jail beside the police headquarters. Numbers were basically issued consecutively, and the Roamer should have been 32thousand and something. The sergeant examined the car and took down the details. There were a couple of young police there who were friends, and when the sergeant went inside, said to him "Come on, Scotty, open the cutout so we can hear what it really sounds like". The old sergeant raced out, furious: He withdrew the registration and demanded a mechanic's certificate that there was no longer a cutout before he would register it. " And I'll give you a number that we can pick you out anywhere". Apparently the code to police everywhere was that the number warned them to watch for the slightest misdemeanour.
The accout of the record attempt was serialised in the Sydney Mail; for which Captain Andrew Lang was the motoring correspondant with the nom de plume "Napier Lion." Some years before he had been aprehended as a stoway on a voyage to California. Among the first class passengers was Helen Mitchell, aka Dame Nellie Melba. She expected to be treated almost as royalty, and when she heard that an Australian stowaway had been found she commanded that he be brought before her. She took a liking to him, paid his passage, and employed him as her chauffeur. At the outbreak of WW1 he made his way to England and bluffed his way into the RFC, which was apparently the preserve of the wealthy and the aristocracy. In January 1919 he flew a DH7 in just over 60 minutes to an altitude of 30,500 feet. It must have been perishing cold in an open cockpit plane. The flight lacked an official observer so was not recognised as an altitude record. Perhaps an official observer may not have survived to report anyway, because the airman in the rear cockpit was still unconscious when they landed. Andrew Lang died in an early morning accident in an Amilcar near Colac while attempting a record for the distance driven in 24 hours. Sir Eric Scott moved from the ethanol side of the drug trade to become an eminent pharmaceutical chemist. He was a long-time president of the Pharmacy Guild, and was responsible for the national Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. In his youth he was national amateur heavyweight boxing champion, and played League Australian Rules football for Essendon.
Also attached is scan of a photocopy of a photograph I do not have of the AAA certificate of a mile timed run by a similar Roamer on Daytona Beach in 1921. The photograph was apparently supplied with the car.
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Posted 04 October 2009 - 11:24

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Nice pair....

#192 Geoff E

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Posted 04 October 2009 - 16:24

I recall while doing some work at Beaulieu, that A1 through to about A12 were on various cars there, and I don't mean in the museum!


I saw A14 yesterday in rural Norfolk.


#193 Barry Boor

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Posted 26 October 2009 - 17:12

Seen in the Co-op car park in Menai Bridge a few days ago... FOR 1 X.

Apparently belonging to a van rental company at the road junction we know as Four Crosses.

#194 f1steveuk

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Posted 26 October 2009 - 18:37

I saw A14 yesterday in rural Norfolk.

A13 was on a Benz tricycle that was at Filching Manor while I was there.

#195 Mallory Dan

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Posted 27 October 2009 - 10:46

B38 lives in Garstang, not Derek Daly tho'...

#196 David Force

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 17:46

Richard Dodkins of CanAm McLaren M8 fame ran the number B008S for some years.

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#197 f1steveuk

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Posted 28 October 2009 - 18:17

Quote from richie re Luncheon Vouchers for marshalling.
I met the lady in the mid 80's following an inspection of one of her friends properties when she gave me a signed souvenir of a "luncheon voucher". By sheer co-incidence I'd bought her paperback 'An English Madam' at a market just weeks beforehand and naturally she autographed that aswell.

I travel to London occasionally and drive along her old road in Streatham. Does she still reside there as the photo of the E type dosen't look like the same area?



Before I moved from Eastbourne she was rumoured to be living in the marina area there, that was about eight years ago.

#198 David Force

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Posted 02 November 2009 - 18:57

RTH wrote: "of course the worst crime in this country now is not to be identifiable on a speed camera and damage revenue intake."

For a solution, see www.phantomplate.com. The spray works best, I'm reliably told.

Frank


Take care with these things.

The spray I used, not this one I hasten to add, didn't work and I have a photo kindly provided by the cameraman poised just as you enter the 50mph section before the Severn Bridge toll booths to prove it !

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#199 Charles Helps

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Posted 04 November 2009 - 13:32

Only those who speak french could understand : i saw this plate (florida i think) in 1986 on my way back from 24 hours of Le Mans : G2LOQ !!!!! :lol:

Anyone remember VLA451M ?????? seen on several cars at Le Mans.....?

My French isn't good enough to pronounce G2LOQ properly but I do remember seeing VLA451M on the de Cadenet Ford several times at Le Mans. Interestingly it's a proper registration number and is still on the DVLA database (A Vehicle enquiry gives cylinder capacity as 3000 cc and colour Green, the manufacturer is listed as DECADENETFORD).


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Posted 09 November 2009 - 14:40

ANOTHER thought brought to mind by watching the Goodwood Revival video : does anyone have any famous registration numbers?? This was brought on by watching the Classic Sportscars race, seeing cars like the John Coombs Mk 2 Jag 'BUY1', the Low-drag E-type 'CUT7', Nick Mason's Ferrari GTO '250GTO' and the Lotus Elite 'DAD10'. Any more anyone??



I remember to have seen in an old car magazine "250 GTO" on a Lancia Aurelia B20! Is it possible that the Lancia had this reg n° first?