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Old 07-03-2003, 05:36 PM
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I need help with a couple of things on my antique plate registration application

Im applying for historic plates only. I checked the box that says " Historic (fee $25.25 permanent registration) Behind that it says "Historic License Number" Q1 Is that asking for the plates # that is currently on the car??
It also says "Kind of Vehicle". Q2 What do they mean by that??

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Old 07-03-2003, 08:01 PM
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Q1 i would say is your antique plate number

Q2 i would put something like 4dr sedan or whatever your car is.

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Old 07-05-2003, 09:21 PM
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in Q1) you said my antique plate #
I dont have antique plates did you mean my antiques plate #. I have one application and dont want to screw it up.
I know some of you have antique plates, so dont hold out on me. Its embarassing to have to ask my sis' again.
She beats me...
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Stinky,

yeah, i was thinking y.o.m. antique plates. i don't think i can help you. if you're applying for historic plates then i don't know what the license # would be. that seems strange, unless they want the v.i.n. # but there's probably already a place for that info, right?

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Q1 Is that asking for the plates # that is currently on the car??
they are asking for the plate number that is on the car that you are wanting the historic plates for.....



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It also says "Kind of Vehicle". Q2 What do they mean by that??
put the make of the car or truck, such as chevy, ford or what ever, if it asks for a model that would be the kind of chevy, ford or whatever, like Impala, Fairlane and some may ask how many doors it has............joe
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I hope Missouri is more lenient on Antique plates than Illinois. In IL you can ONLY drive to and from a show, parade or having the vehicle serviced. I currently have AV plates on my '62 and a State Trooper pulled me over for allegedly not having brake lights. They worked and had worked ever since I bought the car 10 years prior. Then he asks me if I'm "going to or from...................." I said "No, I was just taking it out for a drive because it had been sitting a long time." :surprised WRONG ANSWER !!!!! He wrote me a warning ticket and gave me a 15 minute lecture. I mean this guy was almost foaming at the mouth ! I didn't get reamed that bad when I got clocked at 93 in a 55MPH 20 years ago !!!
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should of fought that ticket Glenn, cause you should be able to take it out once in a while as long as you're not driving it back & forth to work (remember you're WORKING ON IT), hell my bro has been driving his to & from work w/those plates for the last couple of months.
As for the cop, he was just the south end of a north bond horse, cause that was a BUNCH of BULL$H!T...........joe
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Some of my friends are running antique plates in Missouri, you will need to keep a log in your car similar to what a truck driver has to do.
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should of fought that ticket Glenn, cause you should be able to take it out once in a while as long as you're not driving it back & forth to work (remember you're WORKING ON IT)

As for the cop, he was just the south end of a north bond horse, cause that was a BUNCH of BULL$H!T...........joe
It was only a warning so no fine involved and I had just missed getting sideswiped by a boat and trailer 15 minutes before so I was still rattled from that and wasn't thinkin' real fast but I knew I was in for it by the way he did the old Barney Fife pants pull as he walked up and it probably didn't help that I got a little irritated about the brake lights. He was parked on a frontage road 300 feet behind me with the sun shining on all that stainless steel and there was a pickup behind me to boot. Of course he didn't see my brake lights, unless he had X-ray vision. Having owned ten '62-'64 Impalas over the last 30 years I check my lights religiously before I take it out on the road and I knew beyond a doubt they worked. It was pure BS.
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Did you BUY an antique plate the year of your car to register THAT plate number? The kind of vehicle is the ford or chev or dodge or what ever then 2dr or 4dr then ht or sedan or wagon then the vin i'd guess, give them everything.


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In California you can run the plates that match the year of the car ('36 plates on a '36 car) OR the plates that are on the car when you register ('53 plates on a '36 car). Can't put restored non-year matched plates on a car.
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Thanks guys,
I have figured it out and sent them in last week.(applications)
Yeah i have to keep a log. I can drive it to and from shows and get like 1000 miles a year collectively.( personal, shows and restoration trips.
Havent been here in a while because some medication made my eyes real sensitive.
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RE: I need help with a couple of things on my antique plate registration application

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Thanks guys,
I have figured it out and sent them in last week.(applications)
Yeah i have to keep a log. I can drive it to and from shows and get like 1000 miles a year collectively.( personal, shows and restoration trips.
Havent been here in a while because some medication made my eyes real sensitive.
Hi, I'm just getting started on this myself (seeking Missouri historic plates), and given the bad stories I've heard... thought I'd chime in. What did you end up putting for the "Historic license number"? Since I don't yet have historic plates, I'm not sure if I should leave it blank or what....

Thanks,
~Andy.
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