9News and other large media outlets have featured PlateSales a number of times before, however this particular segment involves a controversial number plate.
Paying six-figures for a number plate is becoming all too common for collectors, but what about one that reads “FU” It’s Melbourne owner is banking on a hidden meaning to deliver a big pay day. -9News
Owner: “I think it’s a real statement plate, I’d be surprised if there’s any other plate more controversial than this one that could turn more heads”.
FU numberplates cost the tech entrepreneur $4000 at the time. But they have stayed in their case along with a keychain & certificate of authenticity ever since. A decade later they are up for sale on platesales.com with a six-figure price tag. -9News
In Chinese “FU” is the meaning of happiness, fortune and good luck. -9News
Owner: “No matter what car it ends up on whether it be Toyota Corolla or Lamborghini it’s going to turn heads”