After heritage plates, commonly known in Queensland as ‘Q Plates’, the most expensive and sought after number plates are those containing a single letter.
There are 26 such plates (obviously!) and we’re doing our best to put together a list of photos showing all of the plates in use.
If you have a photo of a single letter Qld number plate please let us know.
Click on the thumbnails below to view the full size image.
What cars are they on?
On 30 March 2014 we did a search of the Qld Government database which revealed the following results:
A – No car
B – Hyundai i30 (2012)
C – No car
D – No car
E – Jaguar (1974)
F – No car (previously photographed on a Range Rover)
G – No car (previously photographed on a Ford Falcon Ute)
H – Porsche Boxter (2013)
I – Toyota Landcruiser (2012)
J – Audi A3 (2013)
K – Range Rover (2011)
L – No car
M – Aston Martin DB9 (2012)
N – No car
O – No car (previous photographed on a BMW 7 Series)
P – No car (previously photographed on a BMW X5)
Q – Porsche 911 Carrera S (2014)
R – No car
S – No car
T – Volvo V50 (2008)
U – BMW X5 (2005)
V – No car (previously photographed on a Holden Commodore)
W – No car
X – Mercedes-Benz R350 (2012)
Y – Chrysler Voyager (2000)
Z – Kia Sorento (2006)
B was sold at the PPQ auction in 2001 for $25,000.
H has been offered for sale on eBay. We’re unaware of whether or not it sold or what the highest bid was.
J was listed for sale on numberplates.com.au for $120,000 in 2015
V was offered at the PPQ auction in 2010, but was passed in.
Z was sold at the PPQ auction in 2005 for $42,500.
With thanks to the following sources for some of the images: