PL1620 - Massachusetts License Plate
Jun 3, 2017 11:00 PM UTC
40 Days13 Hrs35 MinUntil Auction Starts
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In 1620, the ship Mayflower navigated a dangerous Atlantic crossing of 66 days to bring 102 men, women, and children to establish a home in the New World. This voyage, the founding of Plymouth Colony, and the interaction between the Wampanoag and English settlers are considered America's founding story.
In order to purchase a Plymouth 400 specialty license plate, the bidder must meet the following criteria: The license plate must be placed on a Massachusetts registered private passenger vehicle. Leased vehicles are also acceptable; commercial vehicles and motorcycles are not acceptable. The bidder must be the registered owner of the vehicle to which the license plate will be assigned. If the bidder plans to gift the plate to another individual, they must make note of this to J. James Auctioneers and Appraisers and the individual receiving the plate must meet all of these outlined criteria. The vehicle registration to which the license plate will be assigned must be in active and in good standing. The bidder will be required to provide the following information about the person receiving the plate upon checkout: first name, last name, street address, phone number, e-mail address, driver’s license number, and the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (MA RMV) full-service branch to which the license plate will be delivered. Payment must be received in full in order for the license plate to be delivered to the identified MA RMV branch and picked up by the winner bidder. Winning bid amounts are tax-deductible to the winning bidder, less a small amount reflecting the cost for the Commonwealth to produce the license plate ($12). Winning bidder will pay a $40 special license plate fee, plus $20 license plate swap fee, plus any applicable registration fees at time of pickup at the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles. The license plates will be available for pickup at the bidder’s requested MA RMV branch approximately 60-days after the auction closes. The auction closes on June 3, 2017. All proceeds benefit Plymouth 400, Inc. a 501 (c)3 registered nonprofit. Checks should be made payable to: Plymouth 400, Inc., 134 Court Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
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