22 thoughts on “So Similar, But So Different”

  1. Now thats a huge coincidence if I ever saw one. Could it be the truck has the spirit of a sports car, or the sports car the spirit of a truck…? Hmm one can only ponder… Pretty funny though, it makes you wonder who in the department of motor vehicles made that little oops…?

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  2. You would think that there would be more of a difference for vehicles than one number.? In the states working vehicles like the truck have entirely different number structures..

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  3. there is a difference in region part of the license plate: truck has old “78” and Ferary has newer “98”. That’s a region for Saint-Petersburg, if i remember it right. So there is no mistake. Yeah, red shoes and cap… he is a Ferrary guy… prolly just got rich parents )))

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  4. ok every one put down your weapons and answer my question, so there is no chance those two plates have some kind of historical connection? (IE) maybe plates ownership in the same family?

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  5. HAve You noticed that there is a little paper attachet to the windskreen…probably a messige that someone wants to buy the license plate ..

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  6. Yes, this is St. Petersburg. Street Bourtzev. I live there. “78” means the St. Petersburg region. We introduced new symbols for our region – “98” and “178”.

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  7. You do not understand) meaning that if you’d like to read in Russian | h004et | – | хочет |, we get the word want (want) in Russia, such facilities are very popular, as they would with a sense of a joke, so to speak ” speaking rates ..

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