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RE: license plates...clever and inoffensive
Too bad you aren't allowed more letters, then you could write: "If you can
read this, get out of my way!!"
Of course, the corollary would be a bumper sticker saying: "If you can read
this, BACK OFF!!" or "...., Prepare for Sudden Stop!"
What about, "SEHR GUT"? Obviously referring to the car and not the driver.
"TCHUSS" German for good-bye as you blow by them into the distance.
Unfortunately in Indiana, you pay exorbitant excise taxes; and they only
give you one plate for the rear. I know the money doesn't go into roads.
It goes into coffee breaks. That's why it takes so long to rebuild roads
> -----Original Message-----
> From: scott miller [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, October 15, 1998 10:28 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: license plates...clever and inoffensive
> My brother has had "SHNELL" and "TI 3VOM" among other clever plates, on
> his quattros. The latter was to be viewed in the preceding driver's
> >Date: Thu, 15 Oct 1998 08:04:07 -0600 (MDT)
> >From: Harry R Glesner III <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Subject: Re: license plates...clever and inoffensive
> >To: DOUBLDz@aol.com
> >Cc: email@example.com
> >Dee, Gang:
> > >>>How about Shnell
> > German for hurry up!
> > Dan Hamren
> > 87 5kcstqw<<<
> > >>>Love this one.
> > I've had Colorado plate "Schnel" for the last 12 years, it was
> on my
> >2002 tii turbo look-a-like, and is now on my 911 SC, the last "l" is
> not there
> >because back then the state only allowed 6 letters.
> > My Audi 90q20v's plate is "4SCHNAY", 4 is obvious, schnay is
> German for
> > I haven't come up with anything for the Rx-7 road/racer, any
> >Rick Glesner
> >Littleton, Colorado
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