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2019/07/25 15:55:40 (permalink)

Dingle Garages number plate loogo

Hi there,
Does any one have a photo or know what the Dingles garage4 number plate logo would of looked like back in the 80/90s
 
The attached photo is off the Bill of sale

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    pse_SC
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/07/25 17:22:22 (permalink)
    Er, that’s the logo you have a photo of, isn’t it?

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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/07/26 08:38:53 (permalink)
    pse_SC
    Er, that’s the logo you have a photo of, isn’t it?


    Yes mate,
     
    That's on the bill of sale, however I need to see if it was on the plate back then or was it just the Garage name and number.
     
    Hence the need for a photo of a plate.  
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/07/26 09:40:56 (permalink)
    The original Dingle Garage is now the Mercedes - Benz of North Wales dealership. The son of the Dingle garage owner is now the Manager there.
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/07/26 09:56:22 (permalink)
    Yes I have been on to them But no one remembers and they don't have a photo of an old plate either
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/08/16 23:56:43 (permalink)
    Can't help wondering why loads of people put 'would of' or should of' instead of 'would have' 'should have 'etc. It doesn't seem correct to me but I could be wrong. I'm not being critical here but so many seem to do it that I am wondering if it is actually grammatically correct!!!!
    Any English teachers in the club?😄

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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/08/17 10:02:26 (permalink)
    It’s the same as Westminister, and “pacific” instead of “specific”. ”Brought” instead of “bought”, ”off of” instead of “from” and a myriad of others. 
    post edited by s999sws - 2019/08/17 10:09:38
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/08/18 22:43:45 (permalink)
    Breaks instead of brakes and mirrow not mirror.😂😂

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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/08/19 07:26:59 (permalink)
    Gents,
     
    If I wanted English lessons I would of joined a English class forum not the Porsche forum.
    please keep your suggestions to yourselves.
    If you cannot help then don't bother answering the thread.
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/09/13 17:51:18 (permalink)
    I worked there in the late 80’s and I can’t remember what they looked like 100 percent and I don’t recall an image, just the name and phone number in Blue.
    The then owners wife used to make the number plates though.
    Have you got the service book? I would be interested to see who signed the P.D.I?
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    Re: Dingle Garages number plate loogo 2019/09/17 08:16:36 (permalink)
    Hugh M
    I worked there in the late 80’s and I can’t remember what they looked like 100 percent and I don’t recall an image, just the name and phone number in Blue.
    The then owners wife used to make the number plates though.
    Have you got the service book? I would be interested to see who signed the P.D.I?


    The car was bought for them but was serviced by Chariots in St Albans.
     
    Hugh
    This is what I went with. What do you think 
     
    post edited by sweetcorne - 2019/09/17 08:18:46

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