Ha ha ha ha ha.. You guys are a riot!... Ok, okay... How about "New Antique"... Or, "New Antique Ranger".... I love it here.... This forum rocks!....
Okay now, I will atempt to answer most of you guys in this one post:
Was it really worth the time and effort it took to post such a negative comment. Just let the guy call it whatever he wants. Jeesh.
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Thanks. Yes. I prefer Antique Ranger. it's not ordinary because of it condition. Plus the Department of Motor vehicles also reconizes it as "Historic"
Definition of HISTORIC
: historical: as
a : famous or important in history <historic battlefields>
b : having great and lasting importance <a historic occasion>
c : known or established in the past <historic interest rates>
d : dating from or preserved from a past time or culture <historic buildings> <historic artifacts>
aside that, if i was the camera guy i'd probably punch you. That damn buzzing would of pissed me off
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The door was left open that's the buzzer to tell you the door is open. My son asked the same thing LOL.
You guys are a riot!.. I love it here. It's so nice to be accepted among my fellow Ranger Owners...
I will most certanly let you get first shot at it.
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I really do love it here... You guys are really a riot!...
Originally Posted by FX4OR
that sounds pretty backasswards... typical dmv
. I would have the 25& olders be classics, and the ancient stuff antique, but whatever haha. the bureaucracy wins.
in california the really old stuff gets 'historical vehicle' license plates, and the stuff from decades past get nothing
Actaully I inquirered about "Classic" but the DMV said I could not get them because it's 25 years old. I would have to get "Historic", I could however, get "Regular" plates and use it everyday. Go figure huh?.