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post #31 of 85
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Originally Posted by Pink22m
I recall once seeing a vanity plate on Mercedes CLK 430 that said, "HIM8NTZ"



I don't get this one either.

b
post #32 of 85
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Originally Posted by Pink22m
I recall once seeing a vanity plate on Mercedes CLK 430 that said, "HIM8NTZ"





I don't get this one either.

b

High Maintenance
post #33 of 85
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Originally Posted by vc2000
My key man policy restricts me from having vanity plates. The insurer (a Berkshire Hathaway company) feels accidents happen with high profile activities like vanity plates. Not sure that I would have vanity plate anyway but I find this highly ironic as Warren Buffet sports vanity plates on his (used) Lincoln Town Car that pronounce "Thrifty." His daughter gave him the plates apparently for a Dad that had everything.

http://business.missouri.edu/1249/default.aspx

No I haven't tried the Buffett angle with my insurer. I hope they forget about me and stop raising my rates. My pilots and license and scuba certification give them fits.

Is your insurer Geico?

Jon.
post #34 of 85
There there's always the VW Bug with "FEATURE".

I really don't like the witless plates, like those that just repeat the brand or model of the car: "FASTBMW", "MY M3", etc.

--Andre
post #35 of 85
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Originally Posted by rdawson808
I don't get this one either.

b

"High maintenance"?

but "Him ate nuts" is more surreal.
post #36 of 85
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Originally Posted by designprofessor
"High maintenance"?

but "Him ate nuts" is more surreal.
HEH8ME
post #37 of 85
As long as people are in a giving mood..I still don't understand this one either: as posted by Arethusa: "A6MTYPE0 on a Mitsubishi." Is the driver busting on Audi? A typist? Hmmm, the end could be penile "p-e-nil" EDIT; no, it would have to be penal. bob
post #38 of 85
Here are mine:



post #39 of 85
Thread Starter 
Hahaha, that Viper one is great.
post #40 of 85
Yeah, the viper's great. Does this make sense to anyone? CARISMA Regards, Huntsman
post #41 of 85
Sure; a bit of a pun. Car-isma. I wouldn't choose it for my plates. Plus I drive a honda so, you know.

bob
post #42 of 85
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"High maintenance"?

I thought it seemed pretty obvious to me when I first saw the plates. The driver was some young blonde gal.
post #43 of 85
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Originally Posted by rdawson808
Sorry, but I can't figure this one out. What does it say?
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta
i don't get it.
This is a Mitsubishi A6M Type 0. I think the Mitsubishi I saw it on was an SUV.
post #44 of 85
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Is your insurer Geico?

Jon.

No I (we) are covered by a reinsurance division of Berkshire Hathaway. We self insure up to a point and then cap it with a custom product. Geico is only a small insurance division of Berkshire Hathaway. GEICO might have the most policies but others have larger coverages. I (we) need the coverage for estate tax purposes otherwise the IRA would force the liquidation of the portfolio for my carry to pay the death tax.
post #45 of 85
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
This is a Mitsubishi A6M Type 0.


Oh, that is clever. Maybe a bit overblown for an SUV, but clever.

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