my new french plate..

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veloce49
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my new french plate..

Post by veloce49 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 8:39 pm

hello rssoc members.
i am happy to present you my french plate! after 5 month garaged,scimitar is back :D :D
she start and drive well with new battery(65A,660mha)and a few time of works !!she's very rare in france, it's funny on the french road....what is it that!!!!! 8)
now i drive every day.
mike


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Re: my new french plate..

Post by DARK STAR » Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:20 pm

Chapeau Mickael

Pourtant il y a pas mal de Scimitar françaises, il y en a toujours tres peu IMMATRICULEE en France.

Et c'est vrai, ça tourne les tetes!

Gardes le contacte
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Re: my new french plate..

Post by westy » Mon Feb 07, 2011 9:51 pm

Congratulations ! :D
Chris is right... Most part of Scims in France are bearing UK plates.
It's strange to see them with on french plate on. :shock: :D
With some luck (and work), next should be mine.
See you some day on a french noggin maybe !


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Re: my new french plate..

Post by Wannig » Tue Jul 05, 2011 11:10 pm

Attention aux plaques françaises qui ressemblent à des 'Grandes Bretonnes'.
Je dois dire que le résultat me plaît. :lol:

Be careful of French plates wich look like UK ones.
I admit I enjoy the result. :lol:

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