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STL2SLO Plan, spend, build, race, repeat....... but it's STILL TOO SLOW! This plate is on my street-legal 11-second 1966 GTO (Pontiac powered!) that I have owned since high school. LA
D-WIFED From -

Larry VanHooser of Lexington, KY, has won $5,000 for his C5 vanity license plate, which reads D-WIFED. It was chosen the most humorous vanity plate in a nationwide contest conducted by car-care products company Eagle One in observance of the 65th anniversary of personalized plates in the U.S. Writers for "The Tonight Show" selected VanHooser's plate from among 10 finalists. More than 2,500 entries were submitted from all 50 states. A divorce prompted the battalion chief in the Lexington Fire Dept. to put the plate on his '99 Corvette. "It cost me $25 and the divorce cost me $100,000," he said.
ALLRIZE My car is a 1969 GTO "Judge"; I'm not the first to get a similar plate but they are hard to get as most of these cars have vanity plates... others I've seen: JUSTICE, GUILTY, ALLRISE, ETC. MD
CRUSH CRUSH-There is a double entendre with this plate being on my 69 GTO Judge, a classic muscle which is also in the factory bright orange paint(aka Carousel Red). NE
HYDE HYDE is the brutal, sinister alter ego of the good Doctor Jekyll. The plate was on my 69 440 6bbl Road Runner for several years in Colorado Springs, parked next to my 69 GTO. The difference in performance is the basis for the two plates. CO
DSTRYR DSTRYR, from the 1976 KISS 'DESTROYER' album, first derived in 1986. I have had this plate on my 69 GTO in Iowa, and on my 69 440 6bbl Plymouth Road Runner in both Colorado and Nebraska. You saw it here first!! NE
CQQL1 Riding a Harley up Mt Washington in NH, saw this plate at the top.... on another Harley (of course) Had to take the picture!!! NH
UNRULY Perfect vanity for a party school. (Washington State University) WA
YNEEAST Whiney assed. I know this one slipped by the dmv because after I got it they asked me, What does it mean? I slipped it through by saying it meant Whine East (eastern Washingtonians are whiners) WA
ALIZEE1 ALIZEE1 is after the French singer Alizée, suggesting the driver is the "number one fan." This is backed up by the "Have a Youpidou Day" license plate frame, which is a reference to a song lyric of hers. Washington State does not allow accent marks on plates, nor does it permit the plate ALIZEE by itself, due to restrictions about letter combos beginning with AL. The car is a 2001 Acura 3.2 TL WA
GRAFIX I saw this on the campus of Eastern Washington University. WA
GRRRR This plate reads "GRRRR" This is an illinois Mamogram plate also the car is a GTO and is driven by a woman. IL
BLWNGTO The plate is on my supercharged Pontiac GTO making 500 hp to the wheels. Blown GTO. CA
VTGOAT Virginia Tech vanity plate for a GTO that uses the school seal as the O in goat. VA
A55 RGY From

Over the last year, TSG has spent a significant amount of time examining the kooky, quirky, and often salacious number and letter combinations that appear on automobile license plates nationwide. We've published "red lists" of banned plates from Florida and New York. We've run letters from snoops in Wisconsin and Washington taking issue with supposedly offensive plates they've spotted on the road. We've learned that the letter/number combination H8 should always raise an eyebrow, and that a rear view mirror (see 3MTA3) can be a Department of Motor Vehicle censor's best friend. So, after all this important scholarship, we feel eminently qualified to present the 2001 License Plate of the Year Award to the Florida tag A55RGY, which is pictured below. What we really love about this handle is that, unlike other nominees, it is not a vanity plate some miscreant slipped past motor vehicle officials. No, Florida DMV records show, our award goes to a tag that was an act of serendipity, the random product of a computer program running in the agency's Tallahassee headquarters. Thanks to a font where a "5" looks awfully like an "S," and the strategic placement of an orange (which can double as an "O") in the center of the plate, A55RGY can easily be interpreted by impure minds to be ASSORGY. When TSG researched the tag's history, we learned the plate graces a 2000 Lincoln registered to Pygmy Computer Systems, a Miami company specializing in portable computing devices. Mark Geigel, Pygmy's president and driver of the gold A55RGY-mobile, said in an e-mail interview that he did not think his "stock issue plate" was such a big deal. Pictures of the backside of Geigel's Lincoln LS have appeared across the Internet--on sites like Ernie's House of Whoopass--for the better part of a year. "Seems the Florida computer license plate screening algorithm needs a little work," said Geigel. "I guess their computer never takes into account the effect of that big orange in the middle of the plate." Geigel should hold his head high, knowing that the back bumper of his company ride has brought joy to thousands. We hope he doesn't consider switching tags for one of those popular Sunshine State specialty plates with a manatee or a panther in the middle. That would be a shame.

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