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    Tadpole
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    Default PUGEOT plates for sale

    Hey all,

    Just have a set of NSW black on white slimline plates for sale. The plate number is PUGEOT. If you are interested i can be contacted at [email protected].

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    for the want of stating the obvious,thats not how you spell peugeot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazgti
    for the want of stating the obvious,thats not how you spell peugeot.

    very true but in NSW you are unable to have anymore than 6 letters/numbers on a set of plates
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    Quote Originally Posted by pugrambo
    very true but in NSW you are unable to have anymore than 6 letters/numbers on a set of plates
    Doesn't make any difference it's still not how you spell Peugeot!
    Graham

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    Kit10, do they look like the pic?? were they attached to a 206?? They have been offered for sale on the forum before........and no that's not how you spell porridge



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