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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mobb, Jun 20, 2011.
Are they legal? I saw a BMW M3 with them on today.. Got me thinking..
Example here >
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What he said
He said No
They are pretty close; you would have to an eagle eyed copper to spot anything untoward with those (chavvy) plates. Took me a while of studying to spot the D in the corner as well; I suppose that could almost be a GB at a distance if you had a couple of cataracts.
But the badges are illegal no matter.
in ireland as we are in the EU i have been told they are ok BUT you can not have the stickers in the middle and the blue tag on left would have to have IRL for us in ireland one other thing is in ireland along the top you need to have the name of city in ireland were it is and in irish language and then you can have them
i have NCT (mot'd) cars with them on and asked and if as above in ireland they are legal
Same in UK. Can't say D.
No. With eggs on top.
And while you're at it, get some proper width tyres for those rims...
A bit off topic, but anyone know what the aircraft in the background is?
I'll say Douglas DC7.
i'll be guided by you, however a a DC7 has 4 lumps?
As does the one in the top pic. One near the car, propeller above the car roof, and one further away from camera with the undercarriage leg, prop just in front of door mirror. Trust me, it's a DC7.
I'd have said DC-4 (round windows, 3-bladed props).
No, about the same as having Black and White plates, you might be lucky and not get stopped for a while but eventually you will.
Hmm. Yes, well... Even the astradome 'twixt the antennae is correct. So it's a DC4 then! What do they say about someone who says 'Trust me'?
Actually I still couldn't see it but I can see the pipe which I presume is an exhaust on the engine nearest to 'us' and then a second one on the bit which is in front of the N/S mirror on the car.
So they belong to a .............................poacher.