Back in the 1930s there were several clubs racing for top speed on the dry lakes of Southern California deserts. One club had an idea to paint their club's name on a license plate sized piece of metal to display on their cars and other clubs soon followed. This was a great way to advertise the club they belonged to. The Museum of American Speed is home to hundreds of car club plaques from all over the United States.
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