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Metallic light blue A4 TDi estate with

L3X 1

Sainsbo car park, Castle Marina, Nottingham, Tues 3rd May 08:30am

Does this belong to an ex-Lexus owner?

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Still not correct. Should it be LEX 1?

Ahhh......now thats a nice plate. I must look out for that then. :D

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It was deffo L3X, like Gord's etc

I'd say a Lex owner would pay good money for it :P

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It' can't be L3X 1

that's an incorrect plate ...........

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It' can't be L3X 1

that's an incorrect plate ...........

I've seen a plate that read A51F. This bloke was driving around for months before he was stopped and questioned. :lol:

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I wonder if it's a dodgy plate then? The car was parked there right in front of me so it's not like I was seeing it from far away. I'll snap a photo if I see it again.

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Question from Germany: What is wrong with a plate like "L3X 1"? Is it the gapping? How should it look like?

BTW mine is: SL-IS 208 (we don't have custom plates, be sure I like your number-plates :) )

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I think this kind of plate looks terrible :sick: and totally uncool :duh:

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I remember seeing a Jeremy Clarkson programme and in Switzerland when you pass your test you are given a registration No. which you keep and transfer from car to car as and when you change cars. Also in the local "newsagent" you can buy a directory which gives all the car reg.No,s and your address.

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Okay, Andi, admit it - what you'd really like to hear is how dazzling your polished intercooler is :D

:bling: :bling: :bling:

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Question from Germany: What is wrong with a plate like "L3X 1"? Is it the gapping? How should it look like?

BTW mine is: SL-IS 208 (we don't have custom plates, be sure I like your number-plates :) )

I think this kind of plate looks terrible :sick: and totally uncool  :duh:

Your numberplate would look better if it was SL-IS 200, though!

UK plates have to be in one of the following formats (starting with the oldest two):-

ABC 123

123 ABC

ABC 123A

A123 ABC

AB12 ABC

In the first three examples there can be 1, 2 or 3 digits (and in the first example 1, 2 or 3 letters - these are very old numberplates).

The last example (our current numberplate style) must be in that format, always 2 letters followed by 2 numbers followed by 3 letters.

As you can see, LEX 1 would be okay (same format as ABC 123), but L3X 1 (letter, number, letter, number) would not.

There are plenty of cops on this forum, I'm sure one of them will be along to correct any errors in my post (especially concerning the oldest styles).

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Okay, Andi, admit it - what you'd really like to hear is how dazzling your polished intercooler is  :D

:bling: :bling: :bling:

Okay. So true :blush: :D

SL-IS 200 is registrated by a GOLF! :yack:

SL-SC 200 is free I belive. But it costs plenty of money to re-register the car.

So I hope to achieve 208bhp on the dyno :D

Ehrmm. I think the Audi must be registrated under a different number? It is running with no registration? Puha! A ! :blink:

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