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Old 04-11-2004, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What do any of you have for personalized license plates for your Bimmers?

Let's see some imaginative ones...
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Old 04-11-2004, 05:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 04-11-2004, 05:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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do u mean vanity plates, or like European ones on the front
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Vanity plates / personalized plates; yes, same thing.

I didn't realize that they were not allowed in certain countries... interesting.

Just seems that when you buy such a nice car as a BMW, one might want to personalize it a bit more with a special license plate...
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i am thinking i a going to put BUUHH on mine but i don't know if i want to pay the extra money
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As far as I know they are not allowed anywhere in Europe...


what bout WISH4M or WISH4M3 :lol:

that was a CRE8IVE1 wasn't it?



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Yes, not bad! For yourself, how about DAEMON ? Except that would be confusing for computer people, they would thing you are a server of some kind...

Although with all the onboard electronics these days...

I guess we're lucky in North America where we can customize just about anything...

I wanted to have the license plate NONE, but alas, they wouldn't let me have it...

It would be fun to have something very ambiguous, in any event...
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Yes, not bad! For yourself, how about DAEMON ? Except that would be confusing for computer people, they would thing you are a server of some kind...

Although with all the onboard electronics these days...

I guess we're lucky in North America where we can customize just about anything...

I wanted to have the license plate NONE, but alas, they wouldn't let me have it...

It would be fun to have something very ambiguous, in any event...
Actually that would work out pretty well, I am also into computers B)
Haven't thought about it until now, I will check if it's still available

but what about 42-4D-57 which is ASCII hexadecimal for BMW :lol:
The binary version for BMW would be trick, but it's way too long.




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i thought binary was just numers. like 1011 was 35. Can you do letter too?
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i thought binary was just numers. like 1011 was 35. Can you do letter too?
That's correct a binary number is nothing but a number to the base 2. There are also
Octal numbers - base 8
Hexadecimal - base 16
and so on... and of course the good old decimals, base 10 :P


The representation of letters with numbers is a whole different story. The need for the electronical representation of characters in computers gave birth to the so called ASCII table(pronounced "askee"). Here every character has a numerical value assigned, which is initially a decimal value, e.g. B is 66, M is 77 and W is 87. Since the computer eventually only deals with 1s and 0s (ups or downs of electrical current in the transistors on the silicon chips) those values are converted to binary, e.g. B = 1000010, M = 1001101, W = 1010111, so the computer can actually "understand" and store the values.



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Due to the fact that i have turned a 95 325is in to an 95 M3 (similar hp, tq, suspension, wheel, astetics, etc.) I was seriously considering..... 12BANM3
Kewl, I like this one!! B) :lol:

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