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Can you name all of the states in this license plate?
This custom made license plate is comprised of 12 different states. Lets see if you can correctly name each of these states.
By the letters on the license plate, the states are:
(10) South Carolina
(11) South Dakota
Do you really think they threw in the E for fun?
I'm sorry Grace, but I don't think other then Iowa you didn't get any of the license plates correct. Iowa wasn't in the correct order either. Iowa is the blue plate and it is used twice for both the L and the space.
I was going by the name LOUiSE, I didn't notice the smaller print on the license plate. As I look closer, it includes Iowa, Michigan, Rhode Island, & Oregon. I only identified the large letters(LOUISE).
That's okay Grace I was just playing, and this is all purely for fun. I tried also in an answer to name the states in this crazy license plate, and please you are welcome to jump in and make any necessary corrections as well.
It appears that the two small ends are possibly from a 1970's Michigan era license plate, and the yellow "I" & "8" are from New York state.
After seeing the previous answers I"m going to try to name the states correctly that are used on this interesting license plate. It may not be perfect, because I investigated each of these partial plates by surfing the Internet, so I did the best job that I could. Starting from left to right the red end is a 1971 Michigan license plate. The L - is Iowa. The O - is Alabama. The U - is Mississippi. The I - is New York. The S - is an old New Hampshire license plate. The E - is New York's Y2K license plate. The blue space - is Iowa. The #1 - is Florida. The #9 - is Kentucky. The #2 - I'm pretty sure is Nebraska. The #8 - is New York. The red end on the right is also a 1971 Michigan license plate. I'm not a professional at this, and I just did this for fun, so if anyone out there sees a mistake and a better fit then please jump in and help.
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