Before I could afford a proper heritage plate, I bought myself a black and white plate that at least looked old and numeric.
The key was starting the plate with three letter ‘O’s that would look just like the number zero.
I still have that plate, and I must say I still love this plate format. It seems that I’m not alone, as plenty of other people are going with the same option.
When I purchased mine, OOO-208 was the lowest number available, and this is what I went for. Checking now, the lowest number is OOO-229, but there are only ten other plates available in the 200 range, and eleven in the 300 range.
This gallery contains all of the OOO number plates I have spotted around the place.
OOO-023 – This one has recently been listed for sale on numberplates.com.au with an asking price of $2,900.
OOO-024 – Audi Q7
OOO-208 – Toyota Celica
OOO-676 – Nissan Navara
Have you seen, or do you have, a similar plate? If so please send a photo to add to the gallery!