Re: License Plate Bracket
"KJ.Kate" <KJ.Kate@WhoseHotMail.com> wrote in message
> Unless it's illegal to run without a front plate, why would you want to
> drill it?
> It's considered a GOOD thing to not have holes in the front bumper of your
> Otherwise. If you MUST ugly up the front of the car look closely. There
> small (tiny even) dimples where the front bracket (dealer item) goes.
> You will have to drill the bumper and mount the bracket (A big ugly black
> boxy looking thing) then put that plate on it.
> If it's just for a plate that reads "Spoiled Princess" I say attach it to
> the back of her pants and tell her that's all she gets.
Spoiled princess? It's only a '96. That's a 10-year-old car! Even used
sparingly, it'd probably be pushing 100,000 miles on the clock.
A true spoiled princess should have at least a 2005 model.
(I should talk: if it was a 1988 LX convertible with the mighty 4-cylinder
engine, he could put a tag up front reading "Princessmobile.")