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'BAD 1G' - NUMBER PLATE

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BAD 1G

BAD 1G

This cherished registration mark may appeal to anyone who wants to make a statement on their car, especially those who believe it is ‘good to be bad’.

The registration ‘BAD 1G’ is a suffix-style number plate, valid for vehicles first registered on or after 1 August 1968. It is currently held on a V778 Retention Certificate.

Bidders should note that for the duration of the auction, the registration plate 'BAD 1G’ is offered exclusively on the Collecting Cars platform. Unfortunately, it is common for brokers and dealers of these plates to offer registration marks speculatively. Any marketing from a source that is not Collecting Cars should be disregarded.

Please note: the winning bid on a number plate is subject to Collecting Cars' standard buyer's premium of 6%, with a minimum premium of £300 and a maximum premium of £6,000. This is clearly stated in the pop-up bid confirmation window, but please ensure you have factored this in before placing your bid.

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