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July 22, 2015

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I have a set of 1933 Oregon license plates (#100-000) that are supposedly from Julius Meyer's 1931 Auburn convertible sedan. I was told that these were his Governor's license plates. When my Dad bought/owned this car in the late 1960's, these plates came with it. I have heard "stories" over the years about Gov. Meyer and this particular car, maybe someone can confirm the plates and any information about the car. Fortunately I still have the plates, pictures, and memories of the Auburn, as my Dad later sold it due to health reasons. Last I heard it was in a foreign country.

Pat..Could you email me those photos of the car? kisngoodguy@comcast.net
I would like to post them.

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