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    Do you have anything from '41 in Ohio?

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    Camarojohn.....Not much for Colorado.....some newer ones but nothing vintage
    The cylinders have to be inline.!!!

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    batstar 70....not much in vintage or Ohio...
    The cylinders have to be inline.!!!

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    In the pre dipwad world era trucks were used as trucks and got used up...Their license plates as well...The old trucks carried around more than a friggin toothpick...And besides ..they looked like a TRUCK.......Anyways......Heres a set that survived...$60.00...
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    The cylinders have to be inline.!!!

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    Okay Joe, now you can help me if you would. What's the PO mean (well, besides pee'd off )?
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    Originally posted by Bob Parmenter
    Okay Joe, now you can help me if you would. What's the PO mean (well, besides pee'd off )?
    Washington state used the letters to define the county the plate was issued for. In this case, the 'PO' is for Pend Oreille county.
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    How about '32 TEXAS plates?
    Jim
    Last edited by Old Hippie; 02-28-2006 at 01:56 PM.

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