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Old October 16th, 2012, 04:19 PM   #61
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Old October 16th, 2012, 05:55 PM   #62
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So historic tags and period correct tags are more or less the same then for Michigan correct? In anther four years I can get the classic blue plate for my YJ I just need to buy the plate on line somewhere?
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Old October 16th, 2012, 06:11 PM   #63
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So historic tags and period correct tags are more or less the same then for Michigan correct? In anther four years I can get the classic blue plate for my YJ I just need to buy the plate on line somewhere?
Yes, as long as the plate has the correct year tab for your particual year YJ. Since you have a YJ and depending on if it's an '87 you will have to wait until next year for it to be considered historic.

"Michigan also allows residents to register their antique vehicle with a same-year general use Michigan license plate. Reproduction or remanufactured plates are not allowed. The plate must display the correct colors for the plate year.
For 1984 and later model year vehicles, blue plates with white letters were issued from 1984 through 2006. These plates may be used to apply for an authentic license plate registration if the plate displays an authentic Michigan year tab corresponding to the model year of the antique vehicle. The only exception is for the 1984 blue plate because tabs were not issued until 1985.
The authentic plate registration fee is $35. Authentic plate registrations are valid until the vehicle is sold, transferred, scrapped, or modified. Authentic license plates must be registered by mail
and are not handled by Secretary of State offices. To obtain a registration, provide all the following documents with your application:
(a) A color photograph, a color scan, or a color photocopy of the license plate (passenger, commercial, trailer, or motorcycle). Do not mail the original plate. Personalized, government, law enforcement, manufacturer, dealer, intransit repair, disability, and special purpose license plates cannot be used as authentic license plates. If in doubt, check with the department before purchasing a license plate.
(b) Proof of ownership, preferably a copy of the title.
(c) Proof of Michigan no-fault insurance.
(d) $35 fee (make checks or money orders payable to “State of Michigan”).
(e) The completed application on the reverse side.
You will receive a new registration within two weeks."
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Old October 16th, 2012, 09:07 PM   #64
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Wow what is this post above everything spelled out clearly and in one post... Bummer about the custom tag guess the one I have I will to stay hanging on a wall. So can anyone tell me where I could find a blue plate with a 92' sticker tag on it? Guess if I start looking now maybe I will find one in a few years
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Wow what is this post above everything spelled out clearly and in one post... Bummer about the custom tag guess the one I have I will to stay hanging on a wall. So can anyone tell me where I could find a blue plate with a 92' sticker tag on it? Guess if I start looking now maybe I will find one in a few years
why a few years? i found a set of plates for my z28 in about 30 seconds on google.
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If I'm understanding this right, he needs a blue plate with a sticker that was applied in '92, and didn't have any stickers placed on or over it?
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If I'm understanding this right, he needs a blue plate with a sticker that was applied in '92, and didn't have any stickers placed on or over it?
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Note: A vehicle registered with a historical plate or authentic historic plate cannot be used for routine transportation, except during the month of August when it may be driven anywhere in the state without restrictions.

--Michigan SOS

I think they just wrote that this past July. August is Daily-Driveable, so the comments about Woodwarders being ticketed solely for this should not have happened.

I was pulled over twice this year in my T-Bird TC and did not receive a ticket for the Historic Plate. I will continue to accept that I can receive a ticket even though I am always mechanical testing and cruising in that car (less than 3,000 miles per year) until State Laws are changed to allow Liability (and Property; PLPD) to be per driver rather than per car.

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Old October 18th, 2012, 12:24 PM   #69
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If I'm understanding this right, he needs a blue plate with a sticker that was applied in '92, and didn't have any stickers placed on or over it?
if there are stickers over it just warm them up with a hair dryer and they will peel right off, usually in one piece.
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Note: A vehicle registered with a historical plate or authentic historic plate cannot be used for routine transportation, except during the month of August when it may be driven anywhere in the state without restrictions.

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Mention in the application form:

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/hplate_16252_7.pdf

And the Bill:

http://www.legislature.mi.gov/docume...12-PA-0239.pdf

It was in the press back in June and or July.
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Thanks. I would recommend carrying a copy of that since LEO's are not the final authority on the law.
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Old October 18th, 2012, 07:04 PM   #73
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As I have said in another thread, there is a guy with NOS plates and stickers in Zeeland I got my bicentennial plates and a new '78 sticker from him for something like $38.
I'm waiting to get his contact info again, don't have it at this time.
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