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    Nah, he's probably way more chill than the guy driving the F-350 with the giant hook attached to his hitch receiver.

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    Or the plastic scrotum swinging below the hitch...

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    Quiz time!

    For pl8ster or anyone who is capable of challenging his pl8tular expertise:

    This very afternoon, while walking to get some lunch from my office, we walked right past this mailbox on a door in the city. Many a head snapped for double - even triple - takes as we beheld a sight sure to please any license plate aficionado. Okay, it might have been just me who noticed, but they were kind enough to wait for me to snap a picture or two.

    Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to identify these four partial license plates.




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    Well, I know what I'm doing this weekend!

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    I'm pretty sure the "1"s are both old Kansas Plates - We used yellow on green several times going back to at least the 50's and I think as late as the mid-early 70s. The white on blue was used from the mid 70s to 81 or 82, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drachen596 View Post
    I've always seen it [AF] to be As Fuck.

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    Heh.

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    Not sure if you track this kind of thing. Late last year PA went to a no sticker registration. They took the indendation out of the plate and replaced it with the outline of the state. The older plate was issued in February 2017 and the newer one was issued on Saturday. Snapped a pick for you to show what I mean.

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