1933 Louisiana License Plates
A pair of 1933 Louisiana car license plates grading very good minus, not the prettiest, but a complete pair of these rare LA early auto tags aren't often seen. They are still solid and wouldn't take much restoration to get them fixed back up, if you want to use them for YOM on an antique car, but you will need to check with the Louisiana Department of Motor Vehicles to see if they allow the use of license plate for year of manufacture purposes. These would be good in a good collection of rare early Louisiana car tags. The color of these car tags is dark yellow with black letters and LA 33 are both located at the top, the ever popular symbol of the pelican is used in the center as a divider between the dmv registration number, this was only the second year for the pelican. The picture shows the actual pair of 1933 Louisiana car license plates that are for sale at Brandywine General Store.
Some automobile news for the year of manufacture of model year 1933 is as follows: This was the second year of production of the Ford V-8 engines, Ford is losing its iron fist grip on the American car market, during 1933 the company fell to third place in cars sold, behind General Motors and The Chrysler Corporation, the first drive in theater is built in New Jersey, No Draft Ventilation which was developed by Fisher Body is introduced on all GM cars.