: License Plate

02-03-06, 11:41 AM
Okay, for a variety of reasons, my old vanity plate has to go.

What do I do for a new one?? I can have up to 7 letters, with up to 2 half-spaces.....

The candidates are:

ELD 4 LIF - Not sure about this one, but maybe...

CDLC PAT - I run a football pool on the internet, it's called "Cadillac Pat's Pool", and has been for years. A reference to that, possibly....

PTK 7997 - Obviously a ripoff of my screen name, but maybe not bad... probably mistaken for a non-vanity plate more often than not, but people who knew would know it.

Or, NO vanity plate, just get a regular plate....

Somebody on the CTS forum has BRK THRU, but that's probably better on a CTS, a newer design... he's not in my state, though, I could try for that... I kinda like that.

Anyway, I'm open to suggestions. Thanks!

DopeStar 156
02-03-06, 12:06 PM
Dunno. none of those are really hittin' me all to well.... Haha how 'bout


Eldo motherf*cker!!!! Hahahaa.

02-03-06, 02:48 PM
No vanity plate, is my choice...

02-03-06, 02:51 PM
I voted no vanity plate either....it's so hard to come up with something for those (well for me at least) so I'd rather just save my money LOL

02-03-06, 03:58 PM
Only plates clever enough to provide a riddle or convey meaning to the car behind are worth paying for IMO. Otherwise what's the point? :hmm:

02-03-06, 04:03 PM
I think vanity plates have jumped the shark.

I'm due to renew the end of this month. I'm getting one of these:


$15.50 of my renewal fee will go to the Animal Population Control Endowment Fund.

02-04-06, 10:15 AM
Alright when I get that Mark IV, (which I will someday)

The vanity plates will say "IVPLAY" :sneaky:

02-04-06, 11:41 AM
I think vanity plates can be fun. I work in advertising and my boss' Miata has AD MAN. Our operations manager, who used to drag race with a '65 Plymouth Belvedere 440, now drives a '79 Corvette with GO GRNMA.

A buddy of mine back in Arizona—and past president of my Impala car club—has a fleet of '72 Impalas—Archie, Edith and Meathead (the convertible), plus Gloria, a '76 Malibu.

Archie is a battered old wreck that he bought for $650 in 1988 and 300,000+ miles later, that old Chevy 350 still runs. So that's what's on his plate: STILRNS.


If you have a certain twisted sense of humor (like I do), Dave's Web site (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/www.stillruns.com) for his cars is a riot. There's a section of vanity plates (http://www.stillruns.com/customtags.php), and some of them are great. I contributed several (look for the Oregon and Washington plates). My favorites:

On a 55 Bel Air:


On a '57 T-Bird:

On a '64 Impala SS:

On a C5 Corvette:

On a beige '63 Biscayne with dog dish hubcaps and a 409 under the hood:

On a '59 Sedan de Ville flattop:

On a late '60s VW convertible:

On a '73 Duster:

And my absolute favorite, found on an early '50s Chevy Suburban:

02-05-06, 07:43 AM
Elvis, kudos to Tennessee for having that plate.

If something supporting Humane Societies and/or Pet Rescues was available in the People's Republic of Wisconsin, I would certainly get that.

I've had two rescue dogs now, and they were wonderful. I can tell you first hand that it can be a challenge to have a doggie who's been roughed up, but it is also very very rewarding.

02-05-06, 09:41 AM



02-05-06, 09:45 AM
To Protect And Serve

I think theres a cool story behind that isnt there Sandy!?

02-06-06, 04:32 AM
TPAS? hmm...maybe you'd get pulled over less?