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Ever wondered who's got the regristration ORG4N on their car?

It was advertised in yesterday's Telegraph, back page of the Motoring section. One of the companies that specialise in personal registrations was running a 'musical' theme, and this number will set you back a mere £34,995

However, V1OLA will set you back even more, £39,995

Anyone interested?

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Ever wondered who's got the regristration ORG4N on their car?

It was advertised in yesterday's Telegraph, back page of the Motoring section. One of the companies that specialise in personal registrations was running a 'musical' theme, and this number will set you back a mere £34,995

However, V1OLA will set you back even more, £39,995

Anyone interested?

 

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No!

 

The only personal plate I ever liked was the one on the doctor's car, which read S1KLY.

 

MM

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I did once find myself following (fortunately) a very aggressively driven Range Rover with the number FU 2.

 

Paul

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I have one which unfortunately spells something explicitly rude in some Asian language - so rude in fact that nobody has the courage to tell me what it is. Driving though Leicester is a bundle of laughs. especially at pedestrian crossings.

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One of the doctors from the Kilmeny surgery by any chance?

 

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I think these medical people have a dark sense of humour, and the Kilmeny Surgery is just a few hundred yards from the church at which I play.

 

I always used to smile when I passed the head office of the Blood Transfusion Service. I think it was in Bushey near Watford and may still be. Anyway, the address that I knew was on Dagger Lane.

 

Funeral Directors are just as bad, and a long delay in the start of a recent cremation service was enlivened by the funeral director asking, (in hushed tones), if I had any pound coins in my pocket.

 

MM

I did once find myself following (fortunately) a very aggressively driven Range Rover with the number FU 2.

 

Paul

 

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My absolute favourite, on the back of an American Hummer, was a plate, (not a number plate), which read:-

 

If this vehicle is being badly driven Call 0800-1234- Eat ****

 

On the back of my old rally car, I had three large letters turned upside down, which under certain circdumstances, read:- PTO.

 

Perhaps we should make suggestions for suitable plates to be placed on or near organ consoles.

 

MM

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