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    shu1188
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    I’m in Tasmania, and have never seen a heritage plate before. I wasn’t aware they existed down here? I do know TAS 1 is registered to an Aventador on the mainland, but thats all I’ve heard about heritage plates from Tasmania.</p>

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    Steven
    Steven
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    Hi Shu,

    There are lots of them getting around in Melbourne. They are particularly good value compared to others on the mainland!

    Regards,

    Steven

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    shu1188
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    Well theres more in Melbourne than there are in Tasmania 😂

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    Craig Jeffriess
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    Heritage plates, or numeral only plates were only used in TAS until 1930. These things that folks are calling Tas heritage plates are merely plates ordered by folks as personalised once Tas had Prestige plates, and then they get illegal enamel Vic style plates made in Vic. There’s nothing “heritage” about them.

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