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Old 07-23-2010, 11:00 AM   #4 (permalink)
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antique, collector and historical plates are for vehicles that are stock, that are being preserved or restored, and are 20 or 25+ years old, depending on your state, hobbyist plates tend to be for non stock vehicles that are in that 20 or 25+ year old category that you have either put other drive trains in, modified the look of them outside of the stock look or the best example is a kit car that is based off one vehicle but looks like something else, home built vehicles often fall in this category as well, but if you go to alot of car shows you will see alot of hot rods with hobbyist plates.
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