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    Aviation Related Vehicle Licence Plates

    I think it's time for a fun thread.

    Do you have such a plate or have you seen one?

    I'll start it off. My plate is "Wing It" with a plate frame that says,"My Other Car is an Airplane". I've had this plate since 1984, the first year personal plates were allowed.

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    My wife had the N number on her plates. Why she asked? What was your plate # before (no idea). What is it now? She also had a "I'd rather be flying my Navion" frame.

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    One of my PPG buddies had "HI FLYR" as his license plate. I've also seen "PPGER". I got my last medical from a doc whose plate is "FAA AME".

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    Virginia aviation license plate with my N number. I figured it was the only way I would ever remember my license plate number. Now if I could just convince Virginia to let me use my pilot certificate number as my drivers license number...
    Chris Mayer
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    For a while I had a tag that read FLY4FUN but the state jacked up the fees for “vanity tags” and I gave it up.
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    Although I have since sold the airplane (after 13 years of great flying), my vanity plate still is RV8BLDR
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    Mark
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    They've got a nice aviation plate in Washington state:

    I didn't get custom text on mine, but got in on it early enough to get a fairly low number. But saw someone the other day with one displaying the name of a local airpark.

    Ron Wanttaja
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    Nothing on the plate but the license plate holder says "USAF Retired".
    If God had intended man to fly He would have given us more money!

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    I have a plate liner that I had made up which says, "Caution, flying ultralites produces airgasms". Don't know if it was the first but I've had it since 1992.

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