B5 ETB is a Prefix style number plate. It has 4 letters and 1 numbers for a total of 5 characters.
For sale is the private registration that I acquired when I bought an E39 BMW 530d a few years ago.This was valued at £680 by a trade seller. The plate has no significant meaning to me, hence the sale.The buyer is responsible for all applicable fees relating to assigning this plate to their car. I will send the plates and the retention certificate to the buyer upon final clearing of payment.10% of the final sale price goes to Dove House Hospice.
- VRM most significant letter – B
- Is VRM ‘on retention’? – Yes
- Is VRM currently held on a vehicle? – No
- Cherished Number Themes – Names
- Applicable Date – BXXX XXX (Aug 84 – Jul 85)
- Featured Refinements – Private Number Plate
- Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) Type – Prefix Style (AXXX XXX)
- VRM (Registration Number) – B5 ETB
Plate Spacing Variations
Note: It may not be legal to display this number plate on your vehicle with the variations shown here. For illustration purposes only.
B5 ETB Plate FAQs
What number plate style is B5 ETB?
B5 ETB is a Prefix style number plate.
Prefix number plates were traditionally fitted to new vehicles between 1983 and 2001. They follow the format of one letter, followed by one to three numbers and ending in three more letters – a total of five to seven characters.
How much is B5 ETB worth?
B5 ETB is listed for sale with a starting price of £100.
This number plate is being sold at auction, so this figure is the minimum the seller may accept. However, a reserve price may have been set indicating the seller believes B5 ETB may be worth more.
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