Anyone seen any good number plates on cars lately?


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Feb 5, 2005
The B1 reg must be worth a few hundred pounds but not for me. Listed at number ten in info below

From the link below, top ten reg values that IMO are more realistic than some that own them spout them to be.

1. 25 0 - £518,480​

The most expensive license plate to be sold in the UK is simply 25 0.

The owner is an avid fan of Ferrari's and it was predicted that he brought the licence plate to go on his Ferrari 250 GT SWB.

2. X 1 - £502,500​

The second licence plate to cost over half a million on this list is X 1.

The plate was sold for an eye-watering amount of £502,500 in 2012 by a private buyer.

3. G 1 - £500,000​

The plate sold for exactly half a million in an auction in 2011.

The owner was never revealed but it's a wonder if they are a fan of action show G.I.Joe.

4. RR 1 - £472,000​

The RR 1 was sold in 2018 for £472,000.

The licence plate is one of the oldest around, first made in 1925.

It was once the most expensive licence plate in the world when it sold for £4,800 in 1968.

5. F 1 - £440,625​

A Formula 1 fans dream.

The title of the well loved motorsports series was sold at auction in 2018 for £440,625.

The owner may not be driving around in an F1 cars but will still feel like a driver with this special licence plate.

6. S 1 - £404,063​

The first ever licence plate to be issued in Scotland was the S 1.

It was sold in 2008 for £404,063 and is believed to be worth over a million pounds if sold now.

7. 1 D - £352,411​

No, this licence plate isn't owned by one of the members of One Direction.

The plate was won at auction by a Lebanese property developer as a present for his wife, in 2009.

After a bidding war, he ended up paying £352,411.

8. 1 S - £340,000​

The ! S was sold in March 2010.

Currently, no vehicle details can be found for this licence plate.

9. M 1 - £331,000​

This licence plate was sold at the iconic Bonhams' Goodwood Festival of Speed sale of sports in 2006.

The M 1 was the first licence plate to be registered in Cheshire in 1903, making it one of the oldest around.

10. GB 1 - £325,000​

One of the more patriotic licence plates, the GB 1 picked up £325,00 when sold in 2009.

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