Custom Plates are a proud partner of the annual Geelong Revival Motoring Festival. Each year, the event is held on Geelong’s picturesque waterfront and features over 400 classic and exotic cars and motorcycles.

This year, Custom Plates ambassadors Paul Maric (CarAdvice) and Blake Jones (Speedhunters) entered their cars in the Ritchie Boulevard sprint.

Paul brought along his 2019 Toyota Supra for display and put the all-new 2019 Tesla Model 3 through its paces down the straight.

Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 sporting some interesting USA plates – but what does PEVI mean? Paul knows!

Blake entered his 1994 Honda NSX, dubbed #ProjectNSX and displayed a Carbon Fibre style plate 27.NSX. The number 27 is significant to Blake as the number on the original Japanese plates before the car made its way to Victoria.

Carbon Fibre Plate

Blakes car with Custom Plates stickers and the gorgeous Slimline Carbon Fibre plate.

This year’s focus on the event was 60 Years of Mini, and Custom Plates debuted the latest instalment of the “Accessorise Your Ride” campaign featuring an early model Mini Cooper. The Mini features a Paisley plate from the Style range.

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Thank you to everyone who came past to check out the cars and chat about plates. When it comes to car racing, remember to always #keepitonthetrack

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Three cars