Slow And Laborious

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Pretty though.

A vintage Dodge (and some lesser white hooptie) outside the Fast And Furious 7 premiere at the Savoy Cinema, O’Connell Street Dublin on Wednesday evening complete with Irish “ZV” registration plate.

But what year?

(Pic: Oisín Kane)

17 thoughts on “Slow And Laborious

  1. The People's Hero

    I love it! Throw a bit of ambiguity into the mix and now it’s just a ‘Dodge’….

    What fun!

  2. Jason Marah

    If you’re referring to the Evo CT230MR as a ‘lesser’ to that Dodge, then you really haven’t a clue.

    1. Hank

      Right back at you.
      The Dodge has more character and class in it’s wing mirror than the Evo could ever dream of..

  3. Joe835

    The thing about the Evo is that it’s a genuinely-ingenious piece of engineering that’s in many aspects the peak of motor engineering. Whereas the Dodge Charger, like most American cars of its day (and even today), was made for one, rather undemanding market that prized engine size over power, vehicle width over styling and automatic transmission over actual, y’know, driving pleasure.

    It’s not Mitsubishi’s fault their products are driven by chungflahs called Dean or Anto.

  4. Liam Knuj

    I was hoping somebody could explain the ZV on the number plate. I’m enough of a number plate nerd to know ZV used to be Donegal under the old number system. However, those old plates only had three or four digits (e.g. ZV 1234), but these days you see ZV with quite a long number, and not just in Donegal. This makes me think it’s somehow being revived for more recent registrations. Anyone know ?

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I believe you can have up to 6 digits on a ZV plate.
      (Also a number plate-nerd).

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