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How to get ur old car EK-,EC-,EA-(English number) registered?

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I think the RMV stopped issuing English letters for older number a while back, around late 2018 as per my knowledge

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12 hours ago, alds said:

I think the RMV stopped issuing English letters for older number a while back, around late 2018 as per my knowledge

Those 301- numbers on civics, cedrics, lancers, etc..look cool for those cars IMO

Same for the W124, pajeros and other 32/64- cars. Don't you think?

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23 hours ago, □AVANTE□ said:

Those 301- numbers on civics, cedrics, lancers, etc..look cool for those cars IMO

Same for the W124, pajeros and other 32/64- cars. Don't you think?

Absolutely. The original number is a very important part of the vehicles' character. classic vehicle with a English license plates just sparks questions about the legitimacy of the vehicle.

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On 1/10/2020 at 10:26 AM, alds said:

Absolutely. The original number is a very important part of the vehicles' character. classic vehicle with a English license plates just sparks questions about the legitimacy of the vehicle.

Ur right whenever I see a Isuzu Bighorn or any other jeep with a EA-,EC- number I get the Idea that it's probably a body permit car or a car with a sketchy past.

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