Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by Pow-Lo, Jul 8, 2019.
How the fuck you gonna get that on a plate?
Actually they are R1CHR
And I have one on retention for me son LEW15 ‘*’ with * being his surname first letter.
Also HOY15 on retention if anyone interested ....
Why put an asterisk when it’s obvious his name is Lewis Beaker
And who cares anyway.
I've never seen the point in personalised number plates.
Driven by ego, arrogance or inadequacy.
Funny ones on the other hand, are always worth seeing. Still waiting to see P3N 1S but I suspect it's been withheld.
PEN1S I think has been withdrawn, it used to be owned by former racer Steve
My Hayabusa was originally registered R1GSX. I was offered £2500 by a buyer on a registration website, and so I transferred it to my motorhome - now shows RIGS X. It’s on offer with them, anything over £4K and I’ll sell it.
My first Busa was registered W13GSX - I so wish I’d not sold it.
If you hadn’t it would only have rotted away by now.
Once had a lorry delivering to the prison, reg number
Still going strong.....
Yes I know, that’s the second use of the reg. no. First on my 99 from when I bought it new. Then I transferred it to my 2008 gen2 which I then turboed and raced after I’d highsided it and demolished it in 2010, rebuilt and later sold.
Interesting, I see it’s had a new MOT but not taxed. I wonder if it still has my turbo motor in it, or has it gone drag racing? Mustn’t think too hard about it my head’ll explode.
Yes, at 2 bar 28psi. But then I had to use Maxnos fuel 119 octane to slow detonation when racing. On super unleaded it was on spring pressure only, around 320/330bhp. I was the second ever gen2 1340 to run the full monty engine, forged pistons, billet rods, stainless valves, ported head, billet clutch etc. etc. As it used stock primary injectors and oversize secondaries it meant it was a pussycat to ride around on the road and could achieve 35mpg if pootled around. Wheelies at 200+ in top gear if abused.
Expensive hobby...! Especially the fuel.....that stuff's about a fiver a litre.
You must have looked long and hard to find a colour that hideous!
Yes I did, it’s a BMW colour
I didn't know bmw had 'Hearing Aid Beige' in their range!
Yes it was put in place for those needing to hear the invisible indicators.
Brass green? An ‘individual’ colour I think?