Private Reg Plate - V8 PAT

Guide Price - £5,000 - £8,000

The plate

Car & Classic Auctions is delighted to offer the very special personal registration of V8PAT. This prefix style plate can be fitted to any car registered 1999 or later, and is the perfect way to celebrate your modern V8. It could be an Aston, it could be a Range Rover, it could be a BMW.

Whatever car you have that is shouting via eight cylinders, this is the perfect plate. Offered with a low reserve, this plate is currently on retention and is just a couple of clicks away from being yours. Don't miss out on this very, very desirable plate.

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As is normal for most auctions, this vehicle is sold as seen, and therefore the Sale of Goods Act 1979 does not apply. All bids are legally binding once placed. Any winning bidder who withdraws from a sale, is subject to our bidders fee charge. Please see our FAQs and T&C's for further information. Viewings of vehicles are encouraged, but entirely at the sellers discretion.

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Vehicle specification
  • Year 1999
  • Make NONE
  • Model Private Reg Plate
  • Colour
  • Odometer 0
  • Engine size
  • Location London
  • Country United Kingdom
Bidding history
10 bids from 6 bidders
  • harley.•••• £3,000 17/10/21
  • pat-sef•••• £2,600 16/10/21
  • harley.•••• £1,500 15/10/21
  • BigRich £1,400 15/10/21
  • steven-•••• £1,300 14/10/21
  • p-mccar•••• £1,200 13/10/21
  • steven-•••• £1,100 13/10/21
  • harley.•••• £1,000 13/10/21
  • steven-•••• £600 12/10/21
  • hummer_•••• £500 11/10/21

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