Is it me or does the big front number plate wedge on 147s
(or on any other models I haven't really looked?)
I thought it would look much better if the plate curved with the bumper, or if not flexible enough, then using a decal like you get on racing cars etc.
So after unbolting it there is a smaller wedge built in to the bumper, for a smaller plate.
Now is this for Italian cars? I'm not sure, because its still obviously on the left, in fact, typing this, why have a side specific wedge built into the bumper and not one that you screw on because surely they'd have to produce a 'mirrored' version to go onto cars that drive on the right hand side of the road?!?!
So anyway, it would be great to have a plate straight on to the bumper rather than use the clumsy wedge.
I have a bandsaw and circular sander at work so I could easily cut down the plate either side to fit so it can go on the smaller in-built wedge.
So my question is, is this passable legally?
Even just a little bit?