Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2003 22:53:58 +0000 (UTC)
From: "Pete Brown" <>

Brother Carl You may well be right in what you say about their reasons and you may (or may not) be right about my or my daughter's reasons. The reality is my daughter drives a very white car that is kept spotless. Ergo DAZ (the washing powder) for whiteness. You enter a dangerous area when you start to second guess the motives or thinking of people you do not know. My Saab is MAZ. I call Saab the mother of all cars. Where I live Ma is short for Mother. Don't want to labour the point, fellow Saaber, but don't compare my mind with those mindless motorised morons we conveniently lable "boy racers". Pete You are right, however, on the price bit. Being half scottish "MeatballTurbo" <> wrote in message > In article <bm453h$p6g$>, > spouted forth into > > I am saddened to read in your post that your local > > boy racers favour NI plates. That is a great shame. Some of the NI plates > > are quite good. My daughter's car (a make that will remain un named on this > > superior newsgroup) has DAZ nnnn, my Saab is MAZnnnn, my wee runabout ( > > regretably a make that will also remain un named) is NIBnnnn. > > > Yeah, they like them for exactley the same reason as you do. > > If your nickname is Maz, baz, Daz etc, or anything similar you can get, > they look like genuine private plates, but cost peanuts compared to a > standard UK "Distinctive/Cherished" plate. > -- > Carl Robson > (The poster formerly known as Skodapilot) >

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