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Cool truck Plates

Pick up these cool old plates today at the loco flea market, got them listed in the market place.
If you have a 1969 Truck they would fit right in an be right at home.. I think it's 7 yrs to register old plates.
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Nice plates.
 
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I got a matched pair of '69 Wisconsin and a set of Illinois plates for my truck. Very retro-cool... The only thing cooler is my matched set of 1931 Wisconsin plates for my '31 Ford.
 
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Ive got a matched pair of 1972 Texas plates for my lincoln and my dad has another pair of matched 1972 Texas truck plates for his f100. Ive also got two '70s Ford dealer plates I think. Maybe novelty. I'll post a pic and you guys could maybe help me out on that one.
 
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This one is very thin aluminum I think. The design is like a vinyl sticker or something I think. Idk though lol.

This one is stamped like a regular licence plate.
 
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Old 12-10-2018, 03:05 PM
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Originally Posted by orich View Post
Pick up these cool old plates today at the loco flea market, got them listed in the market place.

If you have a 1969 Truck they would fit right in an be right at home.
Impossible!

I think it's 7 yrs to register old plates.
Doesn't apply to Blue plates.
Black commercial plates were used from 1963 till mid-year 1971, then Blue commercial plates began to be used.

Blue non commercial plates were introduced in 1969, but the above are commercial plates.

Original black plates can be installed if the letter/number sequence is clear. Blue plates cannot be reissued.

Black "Legacy" plates are available, but are just as expensive to register as personalized plates and once again, the sequence must be clear.

And, there were no 352's after 1967.

The plates pictured in post #5 were available from the 1980's/90's Ford Motorsport Parts Catalog
 
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Originally Posted by workbox72 View Post

This one is very thin aluminum I think. The design is like a vinyl sticker or something I think. Idk though lol.

This one is stamped like a regular licence plate.
Now those are cool!
 


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