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Centennial base:  The following red/white base was issued along side the graphic centennial design.  It actually began in 1975, thus the embossed "75" in the lower right corner of the plate.  These plates were renewed with a "76" sticker.  It was replaced by the white/green design in 1977.  The two-letter prefix is the county code as in previous years.

 

 

1977 white/green multiyear base: This base replaced the centennial red/white base.  The two-letter county code system used previous to this base was continued on this base, even though the passenger base began a new three-letter county coding system.

2002 (reflective white/green) Jefferson County vg $3.00 "72002RS" (10267)

 

2000 graphic mountains base: The following graphic design began in 2000 (with "00" stickers for expirations in 2000) and put the county coded lettering to an end.  The stickers continued to be different for emissions counties and non-emissions counties.  The plate number used the same "000-AAA" format as for passenger plates, but had a stacked "TRK" to the left of the plate number.

 

 

 

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