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Lens: 30 Camera:Photo Location: Petersen museum ISO: 1600 
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01-21-2014, 02:50 AM   #2
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Very interesting, thanks for posting!
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These are interesting - The Petersen must be a pretty big place. From one of your earlier shots, I got the impression they are planning additional construction or a larger facility?

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QuoteOriginally posted by MarkJerling Quote
Very interesting, thanks for posting!
Thanks for looking and commenting.

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These are interesting - The Petersen must be a pretty big place. From one of your earlier shots, I got the impression they are planning additional construction or a larger facility?

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The "artist's model" I think you are referring to looked like they were going to wrap some wavy skin over the existing building, which is 3 stories, plus "the vault".

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Thanks for looking and commenting.

The "artist's model" I think you are referring to looked like they were going to wrap some wavy skin over the existing building, which is 3 stories, plus "the vault".
I have several USA plates. I had no idea plates were originally privately made. Thanks again for the information.
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Great stuff.


I have been a license plate collector since I was a young boy. I am a longtime member of ALPCA, the Automobile License Plate Collectors Association, check the club out here: alpaca.org


I have plates from all over the world, and have forged friendships with fellow collectors in many countries.
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I only have one set of plates, one from the 1990's. Wished I had kept my first motorcycle and my first car plates....both from the 1960's. I still recall my first car plate letters/numbers.
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