Personalised reg-plates and Mercedes-Benz sportscars break DVLA records

Time 8 years ago

Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Edition 507PERSONALISED registrations and Mercedes-Benz sportscars have broken DVLA records, with more than £50,000-worth of personalised number plates sold during the Agency’s latest three-day sale at Mercedes-Benz World.

The event, staged by DVLA Personalised Registrations, has been dubbed the most successful sale of 1,500 registrations of the year, raising £3.7m.

The most successful peronalised plate to sell was G63 AMG which sold for £11,700 while A722 SLR was bought for £9,900.

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A45 AMG also sold for a £9,300 total and other notable registrations sold during the three-say-sale include CL63 AMG which sold for £6,700 and ML63 AMG for £5,400.

The cheapest registration to be sold was GL63 AMG for a total of £2,280, while the most expenseive, RO13 ERT, was bought by Wimbledon-based businessman, Robert Hollamby, for £34,000.

DVLA Personalised Registrations’ events manager, Jody Davies, said: ‘Clearly the popularity of personalised registrations continues to rise. Our autumn auction has far exceeded our own expectations and predictions.’


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