Thursday, May 21, 2009


For 1967, Indiana's plates gained two new embossed corner boxes (each with one rounded corner) for added visual distinction.

Otherwise, there wasn't a whole lot new, aside from the annual change in color.

This plate was issued in Wells County.

1 comment:

  1. In the late 1960's, some boxes of Honey Comb cereal included a replica vehicle license plate. They were popular with kids on their bicycles.

    I got a blue Indiana plate (I'm guessing 1968?), and it hung proudly on my bike. What was remarkable to me were the corner boxes. I lived in Wisconsin at the time, so they were unusual.

    Even more unusual: my parents moved our family to Indiana in 1972, so we started getting real Indiana plates of our own.

    Thanks for this very interesting web site!