|29th November 2006, 09:35||#31|
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My fiat of '87 had the number 111 and then later on the Maruti 800 DX, Gypsy, Maruti High roof van all had 18 as their regn numbers. The current Honda Accord 3.0 has 45 and the Qualis has 54 as the regn numbers.
The Safari & the Scorpio of course have no VIP numbers but the ones allotted by the RTO at random..
And no, I didn't pay any extra amount for those numbers as that rule had not kicked in. A bit of clout worked in my favour..
|29th November 2006, 10:32||#32|
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I was lucky to get a number reading KA XX XX 62 (XX => Coded).
Asked the dealer to get me a decent number, and Lo..!!
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|20th December 2006, 19:25||#37|
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Got numbers like 20,300,600,900,1000,9000,6600,345,2200..
Paid 10K standard RTO fees for it..
Dont know why some places charge such exorbitant amounts.
|27th February 2008, 02:37||#38|
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Some of the world's expensive Number Plate
Saeed Abdul Ghafar Khouri
Saeed Khouri, 25, purchased the world's expensive number plate "1" beating his cousin record for £7.1million (USD 14.5million). Saeed Khouri, a member of a wealthy Abu Dhabi family said " I bought it because I want to be the best in the world"
Talal Ali Mohammad Khouri (UAE)
Mohammad Khouri cousin of Saeed Khouri purchased two single digit numbers "5" for £ 3.5million (USD 6.95million) and "7" £1.5million (USD 2.98million) last year.
Afzal Khan (UK)
The owner of the Khan design and Khan Project, Afzal Khan, 37, smashed the pervious record in UK of £331,000, paid 18 months ago for M1, to purchase the historic "F1" number plate for £440,000 (USD 874,110) for his SLR. www.projectkahn.com
Unknown Sikh Businessman
In April 2006 a Sikh businessman paid £254,000 (USD 504,555) for the number plate "51 NGH" for his Rolls Royce Drophead (spelling the name Singh).
|27th February 2008, 08:04||#39|
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|27th February 2008, 08:15||#40|
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Best numbe4r we ever had was on the company lorry that wwas registered in Andhra AAA 111
It was bought in the 70s or 80s. It was scrapped a while back, but the number could not be transfered unfortunately.
|27th February 2008, 13:48||#43|
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The problem in India is that you pay so much so the number and then when the car is sold the number goes with it. The reason why these arabs pay so much for their numbers is because they can transfer it over to their next cars.
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|27th February 2008, 14:32||#44|
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i had a pulsar it was 6300(sold the bike)
my ikon is 3060
my CBZ Xtreme is 6030
|27th February 2008, 16:52||#45|
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my uncle had a fascination of having all the nos. of his vehicles ( he was a transport fleet owner) ending with zeros.. so we had
MHO4 C 2100, 2760,3760,2880, 2888 ( THE ODD ONE ) 5870, 6770
unfortunately all those got scrapped and sold to other states due to the Maharashtra govt. rule..
one of my frnd has many cars in his family, all his cars are numbered as 4737, around 5 of them
another of my frnd, a tempo fleet owner, has some connection with the RTO in MH 04 and MH 43 ( thane and vashi ) so all his vehicles are in good VIP ( somewhat) numbers like
100, 200, 300 and the whole series up2 1200 for the TATA 407s, then he didnt want 1300 so from 1400 to 2000 for TATA 709 EXs, all vehicles purchased in dusera-diwali period last year.
and also some of his vehicles like MH04 XX 786
and many others with 786 also.
he is a noted tempo owner in mumbai.. vt area. some folks on this forum may also know him.
Last edited by fx45 : 27th February 2008 at 16:54.