ONE of the most luxurious additions you can add to your car is a personalized number plate.
It may only cost a few hundred pounds to get your own plate, but some buyers are willing to shell out big bucks for the subscription of their dream.
More than a lucrative license plate, more and more people want to get involved.
Some Avid collectors in search of the rarest pieces among them, including the very first production license plates and antique license plates.
The number plate can be personal to the driver, doesn’t mean it always comes at a good price.
In 2017, the British launched Personal license plate worth 111 million pounds.
But, which is the most expensive one sold so far in the UK?
What is the most expensive license plate in the UK?
1.25 0 – £518,480
The most expensive license plate sold in the UK is simply 25 0.
The owner is a huge fan of Ferrari and it was predicted that he took this number plate to ride in his Ferrari 250 GT SWB.
2. X 1 – £502,500
The second license plate that costs over half a million on this list is X 1.
The disc was sold for £502,500 in 2012 by a private buyer.
3. G 1 – 500,000 pounds
The disc sold for exactly half a million in an auction in 2011.
The owners have never been revealed but would be surprised if they were a fan of the GIJoe action show.
4. RR 1 – £472,000
The RR 1 was sold in 2018 for £472,000.
The license plate is one of the oldest, first made in 1925.
It was once the most expensive license plate in the world when it sold for £4,800 in 1968.
5. F 1 – £440,625
A Formula 1 fan’s dream.
Title of The sports motorcycle series is also popular was auctioned in 2018 for £440,625.
Owners may not be driving an F1 but will still feel like a driver with this special number plate.
6. S 1 – £404,063
The first license plate to be issued in Scotland was S 1.
It sold in 2008 for £404,063 and is believed to be worth more than a million pounds if sold now.
7.1 D – £352,411
No, this license plate is not owned by one of the members of One Direction.
This disc was auctioned off by a Lebanese real estate developer as a gift to his wife in 2009.
After a bidding war, he ended up paying £352,411.
8.1 S – £340,000
The ! S went on sale in March 2010.
Currently, no vehicle details can be found for this number plate.
9. M 1 – £331,000
This number plate was sold at Bonhams’ iconic Goodwood Festival of Speed sporting goods sale in 2006.
The M 1 was the first license plate registered in Cheshire in 1903, making it one of the oldest license plates around.
10. GB 1 – £325,000
One of the more patriotic number plates, the GB 1 made £325.00 when it went on sale in 2009.
It was purchased by a private buyer and currently sits in a Rolls-Royce Phantom.
You will want to keep it clean.
What are these letters and numbers on a standard plate mean.
And some changes came last year.
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