My Fox Is 25yo. Historical Plates?

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  1. TrophyHead

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    Do all classic plates in PA come with that grandpa model T picture? I hope not :/

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    I will be getting 'antique' plates, here in NH, next year!
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    ive got the old style PA classic plates on mine

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    In pa, there is a clear distinction between classic and antique. Classic cars still require a yearly state inspection ( no emissions). Antique must be (I think) 25 yrs or older. And there are less restrictions surrounding the state inspection requirements. The classic tag looks like the one posted by madspeed.
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    Thanks guys I can live with that classic plate looks good. Would be kinda cool if they let us those old " you've got a friend in PA" plates. For the younger kids that's never seen them. But only pre 74 plates are allowed on antique vehicles. I'll be going with the classic route.
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    what do the new classic plates look like?
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    Wow...I remember those plates!
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    Thought they looked like yours? After much searching I can't find a definite answer or a pic. I did a search and it came with plates similar to yours but they might be old pics.
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    You guys suck. It's 35 years in North Carolina.
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    madspeed Colonel Mustard Mod Dude Founding Member

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    well, your are out of the snow belt, so things like cars tend to last a bit longer!
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    did a quick search and yes they are still like mine pixtured

    http://www.papl8s.com/pa_plate_images_Antique.htm
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    They use salt on the roads here and spray them with calcium chloride too. The central and western portions of NC get quite a bit of snow.

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