Could the "early american" refer to the owner, not the car?
The car on the plate is the well known and universally admired Pope
On Fri, 13 Apr 2001 09:15:56 -0400 "n" <email@example.com> writes:
> I've had our Connecticut version of vintage plates, called "Early
> plates for a few years. They are black on white versus the old
> white on
> blue standard plates. They also showed a circa 1910 vehicle on the
> left of
> the plate & the letters "E A" vertically on the right. No big deal
> that the
> E A stood for Early AMERICAN on a British car. Not many people knew
> the letters meant.
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