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Ive just ordered myself some new Euro style numberplates, the old standard ones are starting to look a bit tired and i thought i might aswell get some to go with my new bumpers when i get them sprayed and fitted.

Got them from this website, seemed like a reasonable price.

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Looks like they also do club discounts and stuff, might be worth a look Lee as i know you organise that sort of stuff
 

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which ones did you buy? are the black and white pre 1973 plates legal to use on a post 1973 car?
 

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You will be able to use them on a pre 1973 car, but not on a newer car. Also are the euro ones legal, since the spacing seems like it could be a problem.
 

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so using them on a corsa is out of the question? i don't think that they're legal. but you'd have to be very bored to pull someone over for it.
 

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You cant use them on any newer veichle. So yer using them on a corsa would be out of the question.
 

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Ive ordered the Euro Style GB plates, should look ace.

Ive seen the Pre 1973 plates on cars like Golfs and things, can look really good
 

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You will be able to use them on a pre 1973 car, but not on a newer car. Also are the euro ones legal, since the spacing seems like it could be a problem.
from their site:

Are these plates road legal?
European plates are not legal for Road use and are sold as show plates only. If you choose to use them on a public road you do so at your own risk, theplateman.com CANNOT be held responsible for any consequences you may face from using them improperly.
 

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from their site:

Are these plates road legal?
European plates are not legal for Road use and are sold as show plates only. If you choose to use them on a public road you do so at your own risk, theplateman.com CANNOT be held responsible for any consequences you may face from using them improperly.
Ah well, i will keep them on till i get pulled over
 
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