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Finally picked mine up, have wanted one for years. Figured this one would be easy to get in Georgia, I was right.
 

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Finally picked mine up, have wanted one for years. Figured this one would be easy to get in Georgia, I was right.
:confused: I have no clue what that means. Help, please.


I am leaving my Crosstour with the California DMV issued plate (which isn't on it in this photo) but I have special ones on my other two Hondas.









 

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That's something I'd expect to see in Rhode Island!

Here is the plate on my last motorcycle:

I'm guessing execute? :confused:
 

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I didn't know that in cali you could get symbols on your plate as well... that's kewl!

I lived in R.I. for a few years so i know what a Quohaug is... thought that was funny to see on a georgia plate!
 

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Must be an East Coast thing.

;)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_clam

Although, in the interest of full disclosure, I did grow up with this book on our shelf:

Wow, memories with Don Bousquet! I have that book and a few others by him around here somewhere. Being from an old 'Swamp Yankee' family in Rhode Island since the 1620's I opted for the Indian spelling. I'm thinking that the CT may get a plate with 'Chowda'. My wife is from Massachusetts and chowda is universal to all of us from up there.
 

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I'm guessing execute? :confused:
No, its an alternative spelling of my name "Zack."

I use "Xaque" as my screen name for everything, and I have had a few people come up to me while I was on trips who recognized the name from forums we both belonged to.
 

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No, its an alternative spelling of my name "Zack."

I use "Xaque" as my screen name for everything, and I have had a few people come up to me while I was on trips who recognized the name from forums we both belonged to.
Oooh. That didn't occur to me but it makes perfect sense.
 

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I wore this on my Steel Blue '06 Ridgeline
Still have the plates but my CT wears Disabled Veteran Plates
 

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My mustang and F250 both have Marine Corps vet plates, my wife's CT rocks the LSU plate. I was amazed at how expensive the plate was too, cost me $150 for 2 years. My vet plates only cost me $20, and I only pay once, even though I think they should still be free.
 

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Here in Maine the only free plates to Veterans are for 100% Disabled but you pay for the excise taxes etc on the vehicle.

My mustang and F250 both have Marine Corps vet plates, my wife's CT rocks the LSU plate. I was amazed at how expensive the plate was too, cost me $150 for 2 years. My vet plates only cost me $20, and I only pay once, even though I think they should still be free.
 
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