Does anyone know where this plate comes from ? The car was photographed in Bochum (Germany).
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Try Andorra. KBO RK
From: Europlate blog Reply-To: Europlate blog Date: Monday, 25 June 2018 at 12:12 To: Roger Subject: [New post] Unknown plate
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How do you think it has something to do with Andorra ?
Other collectors thought it is perhaps a remake of an Italian trade plate. For me that seems to be possible.
Why Andorra, Roger? It beats me. Vic M
Hello Vic, the RI X 5154 probably comes from Rhode Island. Sometimes this type of plates turns up in collections nowadays.
Nice seeing KM plates in Dutch Carrebean islands. I saw two black/white photos showing Dutch Army plates with black/yellow plates in a stall, in the KL series in former Dutch New Guinea at Veterans Day on June 30th in The Hague. I have made two photos but in rather bad shape. Wil send a pic.
italian trade plate, I have seen several similar plates
italian trade plates
That could well be the answer, Geronimo, recognising your very good photo of the Audi. Odd however, that it isn’t in a normal Italian font. Perhaps our Italian Europlate members would give it some thought??
For now, with your OK, I will enter the pics inder Italy in the RPWO library.
italian trade plate (99%)
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