Friday, 7 August 2009

DVLA number plate auction update

There is currently a DVLA number plate auction in progress at the RBS Williams F1 Conference Centre in Wantage, Oxfordshire.

Before the auction, 4 O was expected to be the star of the show. The registration 4 O is the fourth number to be auctioned this year as part of the 'O' series that started with 1 O being sold in January for £210,000 (including fees and tax). 2 O was sold in March for £142,248.75 and 3 O went for £63,128.75 in June 2009.

The auction finishes later on today and so far the two most expensive registrations have been sold on this final day.

As expected there was quite a bit of interest in 4 O which was eventually sold for £63,128.75 - the exact same amount that 3 O was sold for.

More surprisingly was the registration 1 PNE. There was considerable interest in this number plate. It even surpassed the price achieved for 4 O. 1 PNE sold for a total price of £86,617.50. Who could the winner of this be? If anyone has any ideas, let me know.

I'll write a complete roundup of the auction on Monday.

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