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  • Let's see your personalized plates ..

    Here's mine . I'm sure most people would have no clue what this means except a few (members ). ...LoL ...
    Last edited by Ssscooter66; 08-21-2018, 12:33 AM. Reason: Photos...
    A thought if I might ...

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    Here’s ours. This plate travels to each succeeding Corvette, so you will see it on our ME next summer.

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    So many questions about the ME right now, but the answers are nicely, though slowly, coming out.

    Excited owners of a 2015 Z06. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 20 year members of NCM. Our 2020 ME C8 Corvette is next.

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    • #3
      Here is RedHot's (remember, clicking on the image will open it full size in another window and if you don't know how to add a picture to one of your posts, check this out https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...-post#post2830 )

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      Last edited by Jeff@DaumPhotography; 08-21-2018, 06:42 PM.
      Enthusiastic owner of 'RedHot' Prod.Wk 7 Oct '13 Museum Del. 29 Oct '13
      Contributing Member of the National Corvette Museum
      Web site: https://www.daumphotography.com/
      blog: https://insight.daumphotography.com/

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      • #4
        Originally posted by John View Post
        Here’s ours. This plate travels to each succeeding Corvette, so you will see it on our ME next summer.

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        That's some awesome background in your picture, curious where's this at ?
        A thought if I might ...

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        • #5
          This is in the Black Hills of South Dakota, south of Rapid City, in an area called “The Needles.” A wonderful, wonderful member of this forum, who lives there, asked if he could be our person guide for the day. He was that and so much more. Another person, due to Corvettes, who has become a friend... BTW, we initially met him as he was a fellow member of Stingrayforums.
          So many questions about the ME right now, but the answers are nicely, though slowly, coming out.

          Excited owners of a 2015 Z06. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 20 year members of NCM. Our 2020 ME C8 Corvette is next.

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          • #6
            Thanks for the information John, definitely a place I'd like to see sometime in my lifetime...
            A thought if I might ...

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            • #7
              The Black Hills is one of our favorite places in the entire country to visit. You can spend many days there, whether it be Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument, the great old towns to visit such as Keystone, and the scenery. WOW!

              https://www.blackhillsbadlands.com/plan-your-trip

              The PNW component of the 2019 National Corvette Caravan is going to be traveling through there, so that will be our fourth time there, And not far away is Devils Tower — another terrific place to visit. Always fun to return to this part of the country.
              So many questions about the ME right now, but the answers are nicely, though slowly, coming out.

              Excited owners of a 2015 Z06. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 20 year members of NCM. Our 2020 ME C8 Corvette is next.

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              • #8
                I think personalized plates are interesting.

                I laugh at myself for being too cheap to pay the slight annual cost of imdividualized plates and around many parts of this country its an open invitiation to get your daily driver keyed by some punk when your not near the car...

                same personal concept to huge rear wings like the c7 zr1....

                it just invites vandals to go to town on daily drivers..

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                • #9
                  Not sure that I will do this for the new car. It stands out and makes the plate easy to remember. Not always a good thing.

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                  • #10
                    Are you blowning a joint or some legal weed when you chose that plate or just enjoying life in general.

                    cool plate! Especially for the color chosen..

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JBsC6 View Post
                      Are you blowning a joint or some legal weed when you chose that plate or just enjoying life in general.

                      cool plate! Especially for the color chosen..
                      Since moving to the country I'm much more relaxed. Plate was chosen a couple of years ago before my region became a favorite for the legal grow-ops.

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                        Originally posted by JBsC6 View Post
                        I think personalized plates are interesting.

                        I laugh at myself for being too cheap to pay the slight annual cost of imdividualized plates and around many parts of this country its an open invitiation to get your daily driver keyed by some punk when your not near the car...

                        same personal concept to huge rear wings like the c7 zr1....

                        it just invites vandals to go to town on daily drivers..
                        No worries about vandals/punks around where I live , more than once I've left the front door, rear door & even the garage door open over night & a few times while I was gone to work for the day . Not many bad things happen close to where I'm at but do understand what your talking about . I won't park my car in downtown Cincinnati though, on those days its another car but that doesn't happen very often . Anyplace else i have little worries about where I park it .
                        Here's the plate on another one of my cars but I'm not telling what brand the car is here .. .. LoL
                        Scott
                        Last edited by Ssscooter66; 08-22-2018, 09:35 AM.
                        A thought if I might ...

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                        • #13
                          I gave up trying to blend in with my Corvette a long time ago — when I chose Velocity Yellow. The plate is also very noticeable, so much so that in my small country town, every Police Officer and every Deputy Sheriff instantly sees it from over a mile away. Walked in to a Subway a couple of months back, having driven over in my DD (2017 WRX in silver), and the Deputy came over and said, “you drive that yellow Z06?” I said yes. (I had never seen him before.). He then said, “I like your plate, and I like the way you drive it — at least when I have seen you.”

                          I keep real close to the speed limit in town, drive sensibly. I know I am very visible, and that’s okay. As to what i do on my special, not near town roads.... (no comment).

                          Can’t even try to hide when the front of your car looks like this to all approaching.

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                          So many questions about the ME right now, but the answers are nicely, though slowly, coming out.

                          Excited owners of a 2015 Z06. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 20 year members of NCM. Our 2020 ME C8 Corvette is next.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by JBsC6 View Post
                            I laugh at myself for being too cheap to pay the slight annual cost of individualized plates.
                            My wife was of that orientatiion, until I shared that in Oregon all of the extra money to get one, goes to hire teenagers for summer jobs to clean up the litter on the roads. She is now an enthusiastic supporter. However, since it is not a minimal extra cost, none of our DD’s have vanity plates — only our Corvette.
                            So many questions about the ME right now, but the answers are nicely, though slowly, coming out.

                            Excited owners of a 2015 Z06. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 20 year members of NCM. Our 2020 ME C8 Corvette is next.

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                            • #15
                              Sorry, no picture, but my 08 Atomic Orange coupe license plate was,,,, wait for it,,,,,,” NO PULP “

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