Genuine Audi rear number plate holder?

evapor8

Registered User
Evening guys.

Is there such a thing as a genuine Audi rear number plate holder?

My rear plate has screws right through one of the numbers (looks shoddy) and so I'd like to tidy it up a bit.

I just want a plain black holder, not something with Audi Deutschland, etc. printed on it.

Any suggestions?

Cheers,

Chris

P.S. Black Edition is now 6 weeks old. The 2.0 TFSI engine is sweet (but a little noisy when idling). Some **** scraped my rear bumper at B&Q, but otherwise car is fine. Still irritated by the lack of mp3 info on the stereo.
 

mitch78

Registered User
Or how about just a plate, with no holder or screws. Use double sided trim repair tape from Halfords (about £5 a roll) and it looks even neater than a holder.
 

Lee_R

Registered User
Or how about just a plate, with no holder or screws. Use double sided trim repair tape from Halfords (about £5 a roll) and it looks even neater than a holder.

or go to B&Q and buy 5 times as much on a roll for £1.50! :) I know I change my plates far too often so i cnat afford the halfords prices!
 

Tommy

Makinen...ha
Halfrauds....ha how original...

I have my plate double sided on, like mitch said, much neater and cheaper if you think about it!
 

evapor8

Registered User
Just got a pair of these plate holders from ebay:

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Any thoughts?

I only plan on using one on the rear of the car.

Chris
 

h5djr

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I always specify no number plate holders on my new cars. The dealer just uses the double sided foam tape. Much neater and no advertising.
 

I'mRonBurgundy?

Lets make that kitten purr...
http://www.dubmeister.co.uk/

Click on surrounds and take your pick.

I went for Zentrum Ingolstadt ones and matched them with UK legal pressed plates. Have to say I'm chuffed with them.
 

evapor8

Registered User
I always specify no number plate holders on my new cars. The dealer just uses the double sided foam tape. Much neater and no advertising.

I know what you're saying, but I just felt the rear number plate area left the plate kinda floating ....

The front is fine as there's a shaped area for the plate to sit in.

Chris
 

B17AVM

The Whoa
RonBurg - I got the pressed plates too. They look good right, seein as they are legal :)
 
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