I have a 2004 E55 AMG with front and rear park-assist (sensors)
My State requires cars have a front and rear license plate
The rear plate (obviously) is no problem
Does anyone know of a kool, sporty, front license plate bracket/holder that fits the front of a E55 AMG. I've been looking for those sexy LOW corner mounted brackets/holders....but so far my search has come up empty
Might anyone know of where i can buy a nice stylish front license plate bracket/holder?
Although WA state requires a front plate, I've never put one on.
However, I did see a novel approach on a fairly new Porsche. The owner had a picture taken of his plate. He then took to a local print shop, had it blown up to actual size and laminated with an adhesive back. Put it on his bumper and you really had to look hard at it to see it was like a big bumper sticker. Type of adhesive allowed it to be removed without damage.
It looked great. I wish I had thought to take a picture of it.
mike k....thats a great idea!....i have a friend that makes those peel-on-peel-off 'decals' or stickers that you see contractors and/or companies put on their cars, trucks, vans, etc. i can't imagine a small 'license plate' decal being too complicated or expensive to make; i'm going to look into this ASAP. thank you for the idea and feedback....Yu da Bomb. carmine
I think you're on the right track. As you have a friend in the business, he may come up with some better ideas. If you find a sticker/material that works, would you post some pictures? That may be the answer for a few of us.
I have an '05 E320 and am also looking for a bracket, anyone have a factory one? i am also in Illinois and Chicago can and will ticket your vehicle for no front plate while it is parked!! After two of those at $50 each I am finally giving in to this ridiculous law...
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