RPO Z11 is cool, it's even more obscure than 1969Z11 so only guys like us would get it. It would be allowed in Colorado. INDY 69 would be also be OK in Colorado, that's pretty good. Actually 69 INDY looks like it would work too, those are both good.
I've checked with the State, all three of the plates in the poll are still available, and I've I've applied for them already. PACECAR is gone, I think Larry C. has that one.
Will have to chose one of the three unless you guys come up with something better (you're doing pretty good so far!).
No year of manufacture plates here. The plate I have on it right now is an actual regular plate from about 1977. It is GS-1969. I went in and asked the County Clerk for that number way back when....the guy actually went downstairs and pulled it out of a box for me! Would have been cool to get SS-1969 but back then each county had it's own letters, so SS would have been a different county. I was driving a 69 Vette back then, daily driver!
The annual Mustang Round Up is in Steamboat Springs this weekend, it's a Mustangs only show. Used to be a pretty good show before car prices went through the roof. No one will take their Boss 429 out of the trailer now. LOL!
Think I'll head over and park a real car right in the middle of 'em!
Thanks to everyone for voting and your thoughts. Any more ideas? Need to send in the money today or tomorrow.
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