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Old 06-17-2005, 12:40 PM   #21
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I asked a friend of mine a few weeks ago about the front plate, he is a cop in Collin County TX and what he told me was they are going to change the law in Sept that does no require a front plate, soooo we shall see. If not I like the magnet idea.

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Old 06-17-2005, 01:20 PM   #22
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To those in Cali, that registration sticker they put in your window never expires, but you do have to make your annual payments for new registration.


use 5 or 6 industrial magnets its looks clean cuz it shows no holes and it looks like its floating on your bumper
Hmm, wonder if too many magnets may have an effect on the computer, or other electrical stuff, other wise that's a great idea.
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Old 06-17-2005, 02:50 PM   #23
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Wow, I'm surprised he finished this post... I had to take Ambien for a whole year due to a medical treatment that caused insomnia, He prob won't even remember he posted this lol

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OK, I just took a whole Ambien so before beddy bie I will check the trunk manana, don-Johnson, to look for clues... I found soem screws in th e glove box but no frame, i need to get rest now. Thnks for all the suppourt. I think magnet can be easily stolen... the girls wear them above there bobbies up in the Hollywood Hills, gotta get up there to see my brothers last stop on earth next week.
I wish he could have lived another year to see the Mustang GT come back. He lost his life one year ago while on his Ducati which he took off the set of his last film- Double Tap, worked on the Matrix! Romeo Must Die.
Gotta go now. thanks again!

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Old 06-18-2005, 02:11 AM   #24
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Ha Ha Ha!
What the frag was I trying to say? I took a half instead of a third of a pill!

Anyway I would appreciate it fi y'all could check to see how those front license plates are connected to your front bumper. I'm talking about with screws, bolts, or bolted to a mount? If you don't have the front plate... that's not really of much help, dude!
i just want to know if it's ok to drill through.
But I think since I don't have my vanity plates that I will probably wait until the Doughnut Eaters ticket me.
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