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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by DCrider, Aug 20, 2010.
Not exactly vanity, but here are my Dad and I's bike:
Kind of neat how that worked out.
Not many of these around in my neck of the woods, so I felt the need to 'advertise'
Over the last 1000 years I have had 49 personalized license plates on different bikes or classic cars. Still have many of them hanging on the wall in my shop. Too many individual pictures to post in one posting.
I applied for a different plate for 2018...I hope they approve it.
taken of in Thompson Springs, UT
My profile pic!
My Dad was nicknamed Hans which was a shortened version of his last name Hansen. In his memory I applied for Hans and it was already taken so I reversed it.
I've had this one across 3 bikes now. I may switch it to my primary ride since this one doesn't get used much anymore.
I don’t care for the backrest but it was on it when he found it in a flooded out garage and restored everything on it.
Hey that made me think of the one i had on my RZ350.
Some other old ones hanging on the shop wall.
7555 is my birth date btw.
When I bought my 94 BMW R1100RS back in Oct 94, it was a quantum leap of technology over the 76 BMW I was riding, and any other bike I had owned and been riding. So I got a personalized plate that read QTMLP, because Wisconsin only allowed five letters back then. Still have that old faded plate on my tool cart.
So what would an officer have to say to call that plate in on a traffic stop?
When they changed to the blue/white, I got one of those, too. Since they've gone back to the org'blue, and I let it go...
3RDS - 3 Rounds, HE in effect! A credit to my field artillery service.
Not a vanity but a special low number.
From a few years back, and no it doesn’t say ho
Mama! Kokomo is my daughter’s nickname.
You won the internet today that day.