K1 NGS – £250,000
Perchance the perfect plate for Prince Harry, as he won’t get to wear the king’s bling himself. This picture was sold to Saudi royal in the 1990s for the best part of £250,000. An imperious overlay demands a imperious car, so we’d fix this to a Bentley Mulsanne. The long wheelbase translation, naturally. After all, you wouldn’t be driving yourself.
FU 2 – £150,000
Buy this to curve your car into a two-wheeled two fingers. First owned, correctly enough, by Soho porn baron Paul Raymond, it also knackered time strapped to the front of a Mercedes S-Class owned by Hannah Shrewd, progeny of circus owner Billy. (Seems the family sooner a be wearing a thing for blue plates – in the 1970s, her old man bought BS 1 for his purple Enwraps Royce). For a Merc that matches the plate’s attitude, a Maybach lam out of heres an S-Class. Being in the back seat is the best FU to the little individual.
F 1 – £440,000
If almost half a million for a number plate seems immerse, know that its owner, businessman Afzal Khan, show a clean pair of heeled down a £6m offer a few years late. Ideally, you’d attach it to an realized F1 car. But it seems a waste since they’re not road legal (and consequence don’t need a registration plate. Khan put his on a McLaren-Mercedes SLR which, while a beauteous drive, misses the opportunity to attach F1 to a McLaren F1. Just intend of the Instagram likes.
VIP 1 – £285,000
If you feel the need to tell folks you’re a VIP then the chances are you’re to all intents not. Even if the price tag hints that you’re not just behind the velvet attach attract, but own the entire nightclub. Roman Abramovich is, allegedly, the owner in suspect. But it was first registered for Pope John Paul II, when he affected the UK in 1979. You could attach it to a stretch limo then voyage Mayfair. But you’ll still never beat the Popemobile for Very Well-connected points.
PEN 15 – £90,000
The DVLA has an office that is supposed to censor chargers that spell out rude words. They were distinctly on holiday when this slipped through the net. This portion last sat on a Smart FourTwo owned by regtransfers.co.uk. As they’ve amalgamate it on a car so small, we can only imagine that the guy who made that invoke has no worries at all in that department. We’d keep it on the Smart. We wouldn’t dearth anyone to think we were making up for something.
1 D – £350,000
The band may be decamped, but the number plate lives on. The number plate was last hawked in 2009, the year before Simon Cowell conjured the fivesome into being – a prescient investment if for ever there was one. It’s ideal home is the front of the remaining lads’ jaunt bus. Maybe that kind of swagger will bring Zayn retaliation.