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Bill Pemberton

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Posting some fun plates I noticed at the 50th Anniversary of the SCCA Solo Nationals as well as a few from a local monthly car show in Omaha. Of course, every photo I took I also mentioned to the owner of the vehicle, " Check out Track Mustangs Online you will probably see a picture of your car there and it is a fun Forum!"

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Dave_W

Cones - not just for ice cream
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Autocross
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20+ Years
Connecticut
When I got my Miata R registered, the nice lady at the counter pulled the next plate out of the box and it was 1AM-RK1 (I am rookie).
 

cholmes1

400lb Gorilla
352
222
Denver, CO
I went with "U Code" to acknowledge the unique VIN code for the Roadrunner engine. I tried for 302SX, but it was denied due to some DOT fool thinking it was an inappropriate reference. I likely will change to a new plate next year since CO now has an all black vanity plates. It will be a great to help me hide the WR tow loop even further.

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Fabman

Dances with Racecars
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Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca
Not sure if this counts, but my RX7 had this faux plate just to antagonize the other drivers....

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Fabman

Dances with Racecars
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Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca

Fabman

Dances with Racecars
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Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca
Love the RX-7 plate, and having owned 7 of them myself, they often surprised plenty of drivers of more powerful machines.
This was a center seat, mid engine, IRS tube frame car with a 325 hp bridge ported 12A Rotary w/webber carbs and a chopped up RX7 body on it.
Not much RX7 left in there....lol. I was big into rotarys for a long time.

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Bill Pemberton

0ld Ford Automotive Racing Terror
8,569
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20+ Years
Blair, Nebraska
Insane, and though I was at the other end of the spectrum on power, I was in love with rotaries for a long time. Got to see me first Wankel in an NSU Prinz , ripping up the competition in a hillclimb in the Eifel Mountains of Germany. That ungodly roar of that early rotary had a big impact on a young gearhead.
 

Fabman

Dances with Racecars
6,625
8,318
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W2W Racing
Exp. Level
20+ Years
Pleasanton: 1/2 way between Sonoma and Laguna Seca
Insane, and though I was at the other end of the spectrum on power, I was in love with rotaries for a long time. Got to see me first Wankel in an NSU Prinz , ripping up the competition in a hillclimb in the Eifel Mountains of Germany. That ungodly roar of that early rotary had a big impact on a young gearhead.
I built a boat load of them back in the day....even had a Pro Rally Car for awhile.

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