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BMW 3-Series

License plate of the Great Britain, 1963 year system

Budapest

Interesting to see this random old plate transferred, but it looks nice on the black car.

 Other photos of this license plate:

transferred/re-issued plate

Extra information

  • Brand: Porsche
  • Model: Not Available
  • Fuel: Petrol
  • Colour: Green
  • Engine Size: 1600cc
  • Horsepower: Not Available
  • Mileage: 89358 miles on 17 March 2012
  • Year: 1965
  • Type: Not Available
  • Registered: 01 April 2012

Comments (3)

Exige_240R 2018-01-10 04:28:51 | #1

We were told we can't use the transferred tag for UK plates unless another vehicle is already uploaded in the gallery with the same number. I guess because there are so many old plates on new vehicles the tags were becoming useless!?

It also seems this plate was first issued in 2012 to a 1965 Porsche 911 as a "period" registration, presumably as the car was imported. The DVLA still shows it registered to a 1965 Porsche 911 that is declared SORN (off the road without tax). Judging by the plate construction I imagine these are the actual plates used on that Porsche, but being used on this left hand drive BMW for some reason...!

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antenn 2018-01-10 16:23:17 | #2

Exige_240R (2018-01-10 04:28:51)

Exige_240R
We were told we can't use the transferred tag for UK plates unless another vehicle is already uploaded in the gallery with the same number. I guess because there are so many old plates on new vehicles the tags were becoming useless!?

It also seems this plate was first issued in 2012 to a 1965 Porsche 911 as a "period" registration, presumably as the car was imported. The DVLA still shows it registered to a 1965 Porsche 911 that is declared SORN (off the road without tax). Judging by the plate construction I imagine these are the actual plates used on that Porsche, but being used on this left hand drive BMW for some reason...!

Actually I also checked this plate after we spotted it, but it was almost a month ago, so I forgot what I found...  :D So it's de facto transferred (even if not legally), but I probably shouldn't use the tag. I tagged it only because it's an old style plate, otherwise I'm also against putting it on every newer car with an older format.

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BimmerDude 2018-01-11 23:06:19 | #3

The plates are ziptied on! This can't be legit.  :D

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