$200k Mercedes-AMG C43 compact car spotted rocking a $2 million ‘1’ license plate worth the price of four Rolls-Royce Phantom sedans.
Over the years, it has been spotted on a Ferrari; a Rolls-Royce; a Porsche 911 Turbo; a 911 Carrera; an E55 AMG and a E63 AMG.
The £7.25m “1” number remains the most expensive registration plate. It is owned by Abu Dhabi businessman Saeed Abdul Ghaffar.
A $200,000 Mercedes-AMG C43 has been spotted in Melbourne, Australia, wearing a license plate that is believed to be worth at least $2 million. Yes, you heard that right…
This number plate, which consists of the number ‘1’, costs the price of four (4) fully-optioned Rolls-Royce Phantom luxury sedans. It is reportedly the most expensive in circulation in the Australian state of Victoria.
First produced in 1932, this license plate was first registered to a Saab 9000 Turbo. It has a complex history as it was locked away in a vault at the Motor Registration Board as the state’s Police Commissioner, Premier and Governor couldn’t agree on who should keep it.
Since it was auctioned for AU$165,000 ($127,000) in 1984, the plate has been spotted on a Ferrari, a Rolls-Royce, and an HSV SV5000.
Other cars that has rocked this sought-after ultimate plate includes a Porsche 911 Turbo: a 911 Carrera; an E55 AMG; E63 AMG, and now this Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG.
The £7.25m “1” number, owned by Abu Dhabi businessman Saeed Abdul Ghaffar, remains the most expensive registration plate. A Rolls-Royce owner has also paid £460,000 for a ultimate “RR1” registration plate at an auction.
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