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bloda01
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bloda01 Feb 19, 1:32am - #403762 

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European License Plates

I'll be driving my Celica in Germany (BRD) and I was wondering if anyone knew if there is a way to fit a European License plates to the back of my 2004 Celica?

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Zero Feb 19, 3:26am - #403763 

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Double-sided sticky tape or velcro. it cant be forced off by winds, im sure. thumbsup

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celicat23
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celicat23 Feb 19, 11:37am - #403764 

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It might sound like a revolutionairy idea, but how about just screwing the damn plates on?
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toyotaluver
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toyotaluver Feb 21, 3:47pm - #403765 

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Originally Posted by celicat23
It might sound like a revolutionairy idea, but how about just screwing the damn plates on?


...that...that...might work
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JettaMan
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JettaMan Feb 21, 3:57pm - #403766 

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i don't think the holes will match up...

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bajoconstruction
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bajoconstruction Feb 21, 3:59pm - #403767 

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Originally Posted by JettaMan
i don't think the holes will match up...
Yeah they might not...can you stick it in the rear window?
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SurgicalRizz
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SurgicalRizz Feb 21, 6:44pm - #403768 

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Where are you going in Germany? You may be able to get the normal american sized License Plate...Check my profile to see mine.

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celicat23
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celicat23 Feb 21, 9:02pm - #403769 

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The distance between the screws is about 21,5cm.
They sit, measured from the bottom of the hatch handle, about 3cm down.

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celicat23
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celicat23 Feb 21, 9:02pm - #403770 

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And if it doesn't fit, just drill a new hole in the plate. No big deal.
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asm
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asm Mar 5, 9:14am - #403771 
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No! No! No!

I suggest drill two new hole in car instead. not the plate!! spineyes
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verano Mar 5, 5:21pm - #403772 

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kmlgts Mar 5, 8:11pm - #403773 

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i rather drill new hole on the plate not the car grin

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