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2-03-2009 @ 10:40AM
Are these supposed to be real?A couple of them, maybe...majority are photoshop'd.
2-03-2009 @ 11:14AM
Actually, all of them are real.Many states (such as Texas, where I live) have taken to screen printing rather than stamping, so the Ohio plate, for example, looks "fake" when it is actually the plate itself placed on a flatbed scanner instead of a picture of it on the car itself.Some states, most notably California, allow certain symbols to be included in vanity plates.Zero photoshopping done here.
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