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Offline dkabab

i saw o1 today.... wouldnt have thought it would be a headliner for you...



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i saw o1 today.... wouldnt have thought it would be a headliner for you...

Nice Spot.

Hard to pick '17' from '81' from 'O1'........the market will speak on Sunday.



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Offline mhh

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What's the deal with GP plates? Are their trading rights more limited than the numeric plates?

Edit: found the answer - this one at least has the same trading rights.



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Nice Spot.

Hard to pick '17' from '81' from 'O1'........the market will speak on Sunday.

Hard to pick a custom plate from a numeric plate? Who are you trying to kid?



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Hard to pick a custom plate from a numeric plate? Who are you trying to kid?

Bizarre indeed...

But I see his point... as a marketing point, to attract buyers, there are plenty of buyers for custom plates too, and an earn is an earn...



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Bizarre indeed...

But I see his point... as a marketing point, to attract buyers, there are plenty of buyers for custom plates too, and an earn is an earn...

It's just boosterism. :)

But Stew is right - the market will reveal all. O1 is a hard one to pick, price wise.



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It's just boosterism. :)

But Stew is right - the market will reveal all. O1 is a hard one to pick, price wise.

Predictions for O1??

Surely $10k ??



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I sold F6OO last week.... looks really nice on a 348. Thats F6 oh oh.

I'm sure I've short changed myself though, I just KNOW Ferrari will make a 600 one day, and it'll be worth double or more what I got for it.

But an earn is an earn, so it's gone.



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