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Starting next week the state of Texas is offering an MSU license plate. It has the Spartan head logo on the left, and on the bottom says Go Spartans.
I want to order a vanity plate, and need some creative ideas. You are allowed 6 characters.
Fire away, but keep it clean.
Why in the HELL does Texas have a better MSU plate than the state of Michigan?
I think CrazyMSULady put a lot of time and effort into making this happen.
Gotta be JARTAN. I came up with that in the mid-70's when Michigan only allowed 6 characters. JAR are my initials.
And I'm in Texas. I may well do this!
My Blood Runs Green.....
everything's bigger in Texas [oldshrug]
Behold the walls of Sparta: 10000 men and every one a brick.
my Maryland plate currently reads:
I bought some batteries, but they weren't included... so I had to buy them again. What do batteries run on?
December 3, 2011 - Forever haunted by what I witnessed...
I wanted to figure out a way to say Spartan Dawg in 6 characters....ideas?
is 6 the limit?
Nothing to do with Texas but I saw one car this past weekend that said "UMH8ER"
That looks awesome. I keep hoping the MSU license plate for Maryland eventually gets the Spartan helmet logo. It's what has kept me from getting it so far.
Texas plates are deregulated, so the design is open to independent companies that are contracted by the state.
I'm still pretty new to Texas, so can anyone explain to me the fees that might be involved in getting this plate? I've got the standard plates they give at the tax office and just re-registered the car for a year, but I'd love to get a spartan plate with MSU10 (graduation year).
With this pic attached?
Your a retard.
This post was edited by PPTPW51983 2 years ago
Because Texas is the greatest nation on the earth!
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