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Hi guys,
Anybody out there that collects old plates that could tell me for certain what colors a 1929 New Jersey plate is supposed to be ?
Thanks in advance,

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Bill Koustenis
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Bill,
The best I could do can be found here:
members.tripod.com/~aroot/
It seems like in 1916 they were white & red. Then the listing jumps to 1939 in which the colors were orange and black.

but I did find this on e-bay:
http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=175307226
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[This message has been edited by Tedster (edited 10-04-99).]
 

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seems to me a 1929 NJ plate would be rust colored all over.

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Rust all over, or just the part sitting in water in the basement
I have one I am trying to sell on e-bay and someone is telling me it has been re-painted the wrong color. I got it out of a pretty grundgy basement when a family member passed away a few years ago and cannot beleive it was re-painted, but you never know.
Thanks again guys,
Bill
 
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