Not the right spot for this post, but
I registered my 2002 Beck as a 1955 Porsche and it now carries the appropriate plate. I got lucky when I bought my car as the previous owner (In Alabama) had the vehicle registered as a 1955 and when I brought it to Calif. they didn't question its authenticity.
I have an absolutely \"brand new\" not reconditioned but \"BRAND NEW OLD STOCK\" set of California 1951-1955 license plates. I also have the grey 1955 tab for sale. (The tab needs some restoration work but thats a piece of cake. A little grey paint and a little black paint for the numbers and it's a go)
It's steep but I'm asking $1,000 for the 3 pieces, but where are you going to find a set of NOS 1951 plates.
ps, the plates are clear in DMV's computer
A local license plate dealer has offered me $900.00 and I know he wants to sell them for 1,100 or 1,200.