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Saw this thing parked outside my office the other night. The ultimate number plate! Its a crime that its on this piece of junk though. Bet its worth a small fortune.....

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Wow!

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Plate worth more than the car lol.

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Looks like an L plate out the corner of my eye. WOW!

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You'd reckon that if they had the money for such a rare plate, they'd have a better/more fun car. Thought about leaving a note to see what they wanted for them but didn't think the funds in my piggy bank would cover it unfortunately.

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I want them... on a Z.

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I notice the new plate combos are available at Vicroads now. alpha alpha numeric numeric (AA##). Very nearly bought 37OZ as it's available. Obviously decided against it or I wouldn't be posting it here so... if any of you are interested... gogogo

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How much those plates usually go for? When you mean expensive, how expensive lol?

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Several, if not tens of thousands of dollars

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