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Found these and other examples at Delicious Industries.
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I love vintage automobile name plates. Very cool thanks for posting!
09 July 2010 at 03:56 PM
My best friend once had a cool one on his car, but he's not using that car anymore. He gave it to her sister, and she had his name removed! My best friend didn't get upset because the car isn't his anymore. Instead, he told her that he'll help her customize one for her name. Good thing they share the same interest - cars!
Ivo Beutler |
26 January 2012 at 02:31 PM
Beautiful. It's hard to notice in the car sometimes, but there's a bit of subtle power in the name and the way it's written, no? It can reflect the style, the very essence of the car branded...
Timmy Radloff |
02 March 2012 at 10:34 AM
Every major car manufacturer - with the exception of Mahindra - has a small hatchback and at least one successful sedan in its portfolio; however few are those who offer a SUV or MUV worth raving about.
dodge ram parts |
30 July 2012 at 06:11 PM
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