None of them....lol......Im not a fan of vanity plates......just draws more unwanted attention IMO
This, I've thought about vanity plates, but the cops, haters, and keyers all come out of the woodwork for any car/driving related vanity plates. Also the limited run 7-character vanity plates are available in TX right now for a limited time in case you didn't know.
I'm still hugely on the fence for vanity plates, I really want a set, but I'm scared. I already get pulled over enough as it is.
-1992 5-speed SC300, Megan LP's, LXCC, TSX Retrofit w/55 watt 5000k HID's, and 3000k HID Fogs, 97 front Vertex lip, JIC magic rear and sides, 19 Privat Reserv rims, Magnaflow Exhaust, 15% tint, Viper alarm, 97 tails and much more to come
well if your car was a 92 you could wait a few years and get vintage plates lol. which is what i'll be doing :P
'92 SC400 Tan on Tan, BFI, Tanabe Medallion exhaust,
Megan Racing EZ Street Coilovers, TechnaFit SS lines, Blue TT Calipers,
A/T Solenoid Bypass, TT Auto Diff, MKIV LCAs,
4300k HIDs, IS300 Steering wheel,
Cobra R Reps 17x9 DZ102 225,45,
hopefully a 5 speed swap in the near future Build Here Custom Headlights Build
Im in the process of registering my car as a "Classic Car" which in Pennsylvania is anything over 15 years old......antique car is at 25 yrs old...
It becomes emissions exempt and only requires a physical inspection....ie dont need to take wheels off etc...
Here is a sample of classic plate....it will be exactly the same color combo....
I will just be satisfied with what they give me because with this classic plate it costs $125 one time fee for registration (lifetime) and it costs an additional $100 for a personal plate.....
I thought it was 25 ...
I live in PA also; I think I might follow your lead actually.
I've been wanting to delete my cats (both) in order to establish a nicer sounding exhaust.
The Fujitsubo: Legalis-R is a nice cat-back exhaust, with two resonators; but it's really quiet in comparison to other aftermarket high-performance systems. That, and I just don't like having cats choking-up my flow. There is the concern of losing back-pressure, but given the bends in the pipe, and two resonators, I don't think it's gonna be that bad. After all, from the header and pre-cat, back to the secondary cat, is all stock diameter. When I go turbo, I'm gonna up it anyway; so "meh", it's whatever at this point. I should know the answer to this, but I don't feel like looking it up; are there any restrictions to how often you can drive the car, etc. with an antique tag?