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Old 06-27-2015, 10:00 AM   #15
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Just a follow up to the original question.I requested and got a "Historical Vehicle" registration and plate for this motorhome. Makes it a bit easier on the wallet to attend a couple of vintage campouts a year.I comply with all the regulations and restrictions,so why not? $30 for 10 years beats $148 a year any day.

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Old 06-28-2015, 05:20 AM   #16
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Muskamoot.. I agree with you.... Let us know how it turns out
(You said you applied.. You did not say you received).

That phrase "Only as a historic vehicle" worries me a bit.. but.. Since everywhere you go is a "Historic Vehicle Show" (My opinion and (Insert cost of a cup of coffee here) Will get you exactly one cup of coffee).

However...As I occasionally said when I was working as a dispatcher "I just read 'em, I don't write 'em) (Applies to laws as well as run tickets).

Alas.. Job changed and I wound up writing run tickets too.. but not laws.

(I spent a good part of the last year parked across from a BEAUTIFUL 23/4 year old Blue Bird,, Next year he qualifies).

Home is where I park it!
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