By "taken" I presume you mean in your state? I currently own "VROOOOM" in Nevada, have the plates in hand, so it will definitely be on RedHot once she departs the Museum with me.taken lol
No I was just joking because it is such a popular plateBy "taken" I presume you mean in your state? I currently own "VROOOOM" in Nevada, have the plates in hand, so it will definitely be on RedHot once she departs the Museum with me.
No problems. I actually have only seen a similar one once on a nice vintage Jag (spelled with one less O) from California that pulled along side about a year ago. I have used this spelling and plate continuously on my sports cars. It tends to bring a smile to others when they read it.No I was just joking because it is such a popular plate
You have been on the internet too long!!!Thinking about something like this
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Hi Maddog - I ordered mine online yesterday. I have my VIN, but didn't need it to order the plate. I ordered through MyPlates.com and was provided a coupon for it through my Dealership. You can go to Free Plate Voucher, fill in the general info, they'll email send you an email, follow those instructions, choose your plate and order. They're open M-F 8 am to 6 pm., so I would recommend waiting until they're open to get the discount. I used my VIN# in my plate and got creative. Hope this helpsGuys, this is a very interesting thread...been thinking about a personalized plate for my new C7 on order, but don't know if I can order one prior to purchase and VIN #. Any information? I live in Texas.