Didn't think 'Z' was an allowable letter on a number plate.
I've tried searches for ZR and the like but the site comes back telling me I, Q and Z are not allowed.
I suppose 'I' is easily confused with '1' but then again both '0' (number) and 'O' (letter) are allowed I think so that's not a good argument!
Q is the reserved letter for a car that's been rebuilt or a kit car.
Z I've no idea. Maybe similar to '2'.
As a die hard Red Devil, I quite fancy MU 51 LIV although I can't remember just off hand the last time we beat the Scouse scum 5-1! And for any Scousers reading this, I'm not overly thrilled to say it's becoming a distant memory when we last beat you at all! Perhaps MU 01 LIV or MU 02 LIV more appropriate!
Like you, I've got plans for other bits of the car at the moment. If I had 'spare' money lying around I'd splash out but can do quite a lot with the current bid price of that plate and get considerable more enjoyment ouf of it.
Also, mate of mine got pulled for "incorrect representation of the number plate" and the Plod lectured him etc etc. Only way to fully benefit from that plate is to do same and in time there'll be enough things for Plod to stop me for (neons, blue LEDs, already got blue lights in) without having excuse of number plate.
If only I had £500 spare. Anyone fancy chipping in for me!
Well my plate - BL ** JWZ - was already on car when i bought it,the "BL" is my sons initials and my bro in law said "JWZ=Jue's" as in my wifes name(ish)..although she disagrees....prob cos she aint keen on bro in law...bloomin women!