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  Finished Thoughts Professional Writing Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Starting with the Northwest Territories polar bear in 1970, ALPCA members have selected the best new plate for each of the last 23 years.
ALPCA members have praised the Alaska offering for bucking the trend of entirely flat plates that are becoming more prevalent.
ALPCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of license plate collecting and research, and the exchange of information and plates, as well as all fraternal benefits of sharing a common hobby interest with others throughout the world.
www.gusweb.com /finishedthoughts/sample-alaska.html   (340 words)

  
 Directory - Recreation: Collecting: Themes: Transportation: Automobiles: License Plates: Organizations
ALPCA Southern California Region  · cached · Regional group chartered under the Automobile License Plate Collectors' Association (ALPCA).
ALPCA Heartland Region  · cached · Regional group chartered under the Automobile License Plate Collectors' Association (ALPCA) with membership core in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.
ALPCA "Utah, This Is The Place" Region  · cached · Regional group chartered under the Automobile License Plate Collectors' Association (ALPCA).
www.incywincy.com /default?p=118795   (132 words)

  
 LicensePlates.cc: The license plate collector's portal for news, galleries, and events.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
ALPCA Colonial Region Fall Meet at the Webster Elks Lodge, 11 Cudworth Rd., from 8 to 3.
ALPCA Texas Region fall meet in the Longhorn Room at the Stagecoach Inn, 401 South Stagecoach Road, in Salado.
ALPCA Arizona License Plate Society year-end barbecue and license plate meet at the San-Tan Trailer Park Clubhouse, 15802 South Gilbert Road.
www.licenseplates.cc /events.php   (1936 words)

  
 CT
Early American plates are available to vehicles 25 years old or older which are being preserved for historical interest and are not modified from original specifications.
ALPCA Newsletter, December 1997 issue, "Connecticut Non-Passenger License Plates 1907-1997", pp 296-304, article by Bob Fatherly, Jr.
ALPCA Register, August 2001 issue, "1947 Hartford Golden Jubilee License Plate", pp 23-24, article by Joel Finn.
www.freewebs.com /aaplates/ct.htm   (453 words)

  
 Frequently Asked Questions about License Plate Collecting
Although I know of a number of collectors who have amassed some pretty impressive collections on their own, I wouldn't shy away from joining any one of a large number of license plate hobby clubs, and to subscribe to some of the many plate publications.
In the way of classified advertising, the ALPCA Newsletter has a classified section in the back of each issue, and you could also try classified magazines such as PL8S Magazine, the Number Plate Collector's Club (NPCC, based in Australia), Nevada Independent License Plate Society (NILPS), Europlate (based in Europe).
In a rather ballsy move, someone in the organization ALPCA (Auto License Plate Collector's Association) decided to change the name of their magazine.
www.pl8s.com /faq.htm   (3112 words)

  
 Editor's Page
An active plate collector since age 14, 1 discovered ALPCA in 1974 and immediately joined (#2104) and since then have been pursuing North Carolina, U.S. government (CCC) and Military license plate collections.
He has written numerous license plate articles for the ALPCA Newsletter, the Europlate Newsletter and The Pacific magazine.
Member #604 of ALPCA, Billy collects North Carolina city/ town plates and has one of the best and most extensive collections of military plates.
jove.prohosting.com /tagsnstu/editorpg.htm   (570 words)

  
 Rick Kretschmer's License Plates - Links
ALPCA is far and away the largest license plate collectors organization in the world.
Tim O'Connor (ALPCA #8123) has an extensive site with lots of nice pictures, but some pages are pretty slow loading (and I have a broadband connection!).
Richard "bigdaddyolds" is president of the Carolina Collectors Club, an ALPCA region covering North and South Carolina.
www.ricksplates.com /LPlinks.htm   (1457 words)

  
 ALPCA Online - Automobile License Plate Collectors Association
This is the official web site of ALPCA, the biggest and most respected club for license plate collectors and aficionados all over the world.
ALPCA has about 3000 current members from 50 states and 19 countries.
All content and pictures Copyright © 1997-2005, ALPCA Inc.
www.alpca.org   (204 words)

  
 UTAH - This is the place region of ALPCA - Members Page
If you prefer not to have your email or Ebay ID posted on this membership listing, please email us, and it will be taken off.
This is an extract from the ALPCA roster of active Utah members.
We welcome prospective members, but you must be an ALPCA member to sell plates or be eligible for awards.
www.alpcautah.org /members.html   (148 words)

  
 UTAH - This is the place region of ALPCA
This is the official website of the UTAH - This is the place Region of ALPCA, the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association.
41 plate collectors attended Utah's "This is the Place" region of ALPCA Spring 2005 meet.
Special thanks goes out to Dave Haber, the webmaster for the ALPCA website for the use of his webpage format/layout to create this website!
www.alpcautah.org   (493 words)

  
 ALPCA Southern California Region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This is the official website of the Southern California Region of ALPCA, the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association.
What's happening at the Southern California Region of ALPCA and regular reports from our Regional Club President.
ALPCA is the largest license plate collectors organization in the world, with about 3000 current members in 50 states and 19 countries.
www.alpcasocal.org   (135 words)

  
 Links
Home page for ALPCA (Automobile License Plate Collectors Association), the world's largest license plate collecting organization.
YOM (Year of Manufacture) information from the site of Nick DiFonzo (ALPCA 6589).
ALPCA Newsletter, December 1983 issue, "Antique Auto Plates - Is Anyone Keeping Score?", article by Michael C. Wiener.
www.freewebs.com /aaplates/links.htm   (227 words)

  
 grading license plates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Most of the bolt-hole marred used plates which would otherwise be excellent will fall into this category.
Must be original condition, with some discretion as to amount of fading, surface deterioration, and extra holes.
ALPCA standards more liberal than many collectors, including ourselves.
www.lp1.com /BOOK/grading001.htm   (177 words)

  
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For instance, this book tells me that from 1935 through 1957, Washington State plates from my home county of Snohomish (Snow-home-ish) used the prefix letter D, as it was the fourth largest county in the State of Washington with regards to population.
Or, I can find out that the F prefix on the 34 New Brunswick I just bought from Joey Hurd, ALPCA 1925, means it was issued in the Fredericton area.
Tom Boyd, ALPCA 3753, one of the authors, tells me he has about 100 copies left as of 8/12/98.
www.plateshack.com /76/LPREF/books2.html   (163 words)

  
 ALPCA Online: Southwest Meets
ALPCA Meets and most other meets listed are not open to the general public.
Arizona License Plate Society (ALPS) year-end barbecue and license plate meet at the San-Tan Trailer Park Clubhouse, 15802 South Gilbert Road in Chandler.
Awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place displays in the category “Odd-Ball License Plates.” Don’t forget to bring a favorite single plate to participate in the Greg “Zeke” Donaldson favorite license plate contest.
www.alpca.org /showmeets.html?region=sw   (468 words)

  
 Ricks License Plates
If you don't see what you are looking for or if you would like a picture of a specific plate feel free to e-mail me or have any questions regarding condition or anything else please e-mail and ask before you make your purchase.
ALPCA National License Plate Meet held in Tucson AZ.
ALPCA stands for Automobile License Plate Collectors Association and for more info on ALPCA to go to www.alpca.org
bouncinghoofs.com /ricksplates.html   (309 words)

  
 ALPCA - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation ALPCA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Here you will find more informations about ALPCA.
If you find this encyclopedia or its sister projects useful,
Despite the name, licence plates from vehicles other than automobiles are also collected, traded, and sold.
www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/ALPCA.html   (119 words)

  
 Royce's Alaskan License Plates - Alaska License Plate Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The ALPCA has more information about Alaskan plates (ALPCA membership required) than humans can hold in their heads at once.
David Nicholson (ALPCA #7019) has some post-1969 Alaska plates.
Adrian's pages ("BC Plateman", ALPCA #8278) are pretty cool.
www.alaska.net /~royce/akplates/pl8links.html   (467 words)

  
 HOME
I am current President of the Carolinas Collectors Club and also member #8711 of the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association (ALPCA).
I collect mainly North Carolina license plates but buy, sell, and trade in all types of license plates.
It needs quite a bit of work so all proceeds from my license plate sales will go toward this cause.
home.earthlink.net /~bigdaddyolds   (190 words)

  
 PL8S.COM - Upcoming License Plate Collector Meets - ON HOLD awaiting new websites.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The PL8S.COM site will have a MEETS site, but will not be affiliated with ALPCA.
Meet annoucements will only be included if provided from actual meet hosts.
The following license plate collector conventions and meets are either ALPCA regional meets, or independent meets.
www.pl8s.com /meets.htm   (142 words)

  
 Welcome to Plateshack.com!
Legal Stuff: All of these pages are maintained by Marc J. Welby (ALPCA 7326)
Unless noted, the images either belong to Marc Welby or Mike Sells (ALPCA 6464).
If you want to use an image, please ask first, chances are I'll say yes.
www.plateshack.com   (227 words)

  
 1999 ALPCA video   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In the summer of 1999, I went to the ALPCA convention in Chattanooga, TN, armed with a Sony VX-1000 digital video camera to document the collectors and license plate trading action.
$250 has been donated to ALPCA in honor of Roy Carson from sales of this tape.
Write to me at the above address, or email dork@io.com.
www.thebolthole.com /misc/video.html   (141 words)

  
 Normal Page ohne Titel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The biggest organization for License Plate Collecting is located in the USA
Trading Scene, ALPCA Meeting in Denver, Juli 1993
Trading Scene, ALPCA Meeting in Peoria, Illinois, Juli 1996
home.vrweb.de /~eugen.winklharrer/yudschinsworld/clubs.htm   (235 words)

  
 Zul's plate page
Again, if anyone has question regarding the shipping fees, please click this link for my Shipping Fees.
The Spring 2005 Utah Region of ALPCA Plate meet was really fun!
Although my bird display didn't win this time, I'm not giving up.
www.zulsplatepage.com   (614 words)

  
 Zacks Plates
*SO *FA - Thanks to "The Geezer In The Freezer", Fred Agree, Trapper Creek, Alaska - ALPCA #2951
Thanks to John Villani, Wappingers Falls, New York, ALPCA #6388
If you have a plate to add to Cameron's collection, contact "Whit" by clicking on the "WHIT" below
www.whitworthfamily.org /camerons_plates.htm   (284 words)

  
 ALPCA North American Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Join us at our new home at www.alpca.org.
On 27 June 1998 the ALPCA Board of Directors directed us to implement a password system to allow access to the archive files for ALPCA members.
If you already have an account you can go directly to the North American Archives or World Archives indexes.
users.aol.com /billc14500/statelst.htm   (61 words)

  
 Zacks Plates
*RC - Thanks to Rob Croft, Canton, Ohio - ALPCA #9528
*DG - Thanks to Dennis Griesemer, Ladson, South Carolina - ALPCA #9822
If you have a plate to add to Zack's collection, contact "Whit" by clicking on the "WHIT" below
www.whitworthfamily.org /zacks_plates.htm   (253 words)

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