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2005 Rover 75 2.0 CDTI Contemprary SE [R40]

2005 Rover 75 [R40] in Wild Target, Movie, 2009 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

2005 Rover 75 2.0 CDTI Contemprary SE [R40]

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antp BE

2010-10-19 19:48

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The vehicle details for AX54 YCJ are:

Date of Liability 01 12 2010
Date of First Registration 18 02 2005
Year of Manufacture 2005
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1951CC
Fuel Type Heavy Oil
Vehicle Colour GOLD

ingo DE

2010-10-19 19:56

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With a British speciality, a plate, sized only for that model (a similar/same is available for the Jaguar S-Type). Does it costs extra charge? It seems, that the most British Rover 75-owners are choosing them, because the most 75's, you see on the streets, have them.

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ingo DE

2010-10-19 19:57

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The Vauxhall Omega on the right is a 1999/2000 model. To identify by the headrests.

Weasel1984 PL

2010-10-19 19:58

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I was also always curious how does it work - these plates (but on the newest cars you do not see them so often, like for example 10 years ago, or maybe I'm wrong).

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Sandie SX

2010-10-19 20:04

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Dealers put the plates on cars. All Rover and Jaguar dealers would put on these plates.

If the plate is broken and comes off then quite often people will just replace them with the normal plates.

ingo DE

2010-10-19 20:05

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I have also seen this-plate-size in the new style, so with the EU- or the country-logo on the left side.

Btw.: in Britain you have quite a lot of possibilities for choosing plates. You still can get the old version without a flag (I think so?), also the EU-stars, the Union Jack, the St.Andrews Cross, the St.George Cross and the Red Dragon.

chris40 UK

2010-10-19 20:07

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I think these special size/shape plates do cost extra. Historically they were supplied by Rover dealers on P4, P5 and P6 models, and IIRC by Jaguar dealers on XK120s, 140s and 150s as well as certain XJs.

chris40 UK

2010-10-19 20:10

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@ingo: yes, we are allowed to specify plates without the EU strip. We can also have Jamaican flags, Pakistani symbols ... (although I'm not sure that they're legal).

Sandie SX

2010-10-19 20:17

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Found this: http://www.craigsplates.com/shaped-rear-number-plate.html

Shows various rear numberplate types available.

Weasel1984 PL

2010-10-19 20:20

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Nice link. Perhaps it would be more simple if dealer would mount just a "plastic backround" for plate in the same yellow color.

Sunbar UK

2010-10-19 20:34

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chris40 wrote @ingo: yes, we are allowed to specify plates without the EU strip. We can also have Jamaican flags, Pakistani symbols ... (although I'm not sure that they're legal).


National flags and identifiers that can be displayed on UK number plates (Road Vehicles - Display of Registration Marks 2009).

Flags:
The Union Flag
The Cross of St George
The Cross of St Andrew (also know as the Saltire)
The Red Dragon of Wales

Identifiers:
England or ENG
Scotland or SCO
Wales Cymru or CYM
United Kingdom or UK
Great Britain or GB

However when travelling outside the UK the 'GB' version with the EU symbol is the only legal country representation unless a separate oval GB plate is also used. Also this is for DVLA registrations, the other regions with different systems (Northern Ireland, Isle of Man etc.) have different requirements.

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