License Plates Available

  1. Ahoskie – 1977
  2. Albemarle – 1984
  3. Apex – “The Peak of Good Living” – 1981
  4. Archdale – 1987
  5. Asheboro – “Center of North Carolina” – 63
  6. Ayden NC – 1984
  7. Bahama N.C. - 1979
  8. Bailey Retired Fireman
  9. Bath – “Oldest Town In The State” – 2015
  10. Beaufort – 1974
  11. Beaufort – “Delightfully Different” – 1979
  12. Boone – 1983
  13. Blowing Rock – 2007
  14. Blowing Rock – “Crown of the Blue Ridge” – 1998
  15. Burlington – “Bigger-Better” – 1972
  16. Carrboro – 1974
  17. Cary – “Where Better Living Begins” – 1982
  18. Cary – North Carolina (No date – Has Dogwood Emblem on left of plate)
  19. Castalia - 1977
  20. Chapel Hill – 1974
  21. Charlotte – “Queen City” – 1966
  22. Charlotte – “Queen City” – 1968
  23. Charlotte-Queen City-Metrolina
  24. Chocowinity – 1986
  25. Clayton NC – 1969
  26. Clayton NC – 1977
  27. Clinton NC 1973
  28. Concord, N.C. – 1977
  29. Dortches N.C. 88 Nash County
  30. Dunn – “Pattern for Progress” – 1979
  31. Durham – 1974
  32. Durham, N.C. – “City of Medicine”
  33. Eden - 1979
  34. Edenton
  35. Elizabeth City – 1982
  36. Elkin – 1960
  37. Elkin – “Best Little Town in NC” – 1981
  38. Elon College, N.C. - 1977
  39. Emerald Isle N.C. – “A Family Beach”
  40. Faison NC - Pickles & Produce 1988
  41. Farmville Centennial – 1972
  42. Farmville Fire Dept.
  43. Farmville Fireman – 1984
  44. Farmville Fireman – 1968 #38
  45. Farmville – (no date)
  46. Farmville – 1968
  47. Farmville - 1872 - 2022
  48. Fayetteville – “Friendly Fayetteville No. Carolina” (larger plate with picture)
  49. Fayetteville – 1977 – (has picture of Court House? below Fayetteville)
  50. Fountain
  51. Fuquay-Varina NC – 1971
  52. Greensboro – 1975
  53. Garner – 1977
  54. Gastonia – 1967
  55. Gastonia – 1974
  56. Goldsboro, N.C. - A Bicentennial City - 1975
  57. Graham – 1980
  58. Greensboro – 1971
  59. Greensboro – “Home of the G.G.O. – 1968
  60. Greenville – “Home of East Carolina University” – 1979
  61. Grifton - "Shad Festival" - 1982
  62. Grimesland – 1987
  63. Harkers Island
  64. Hatteras, NC – “Worlds Blue Marlin Capital”
  65. Henderson – 1976
  66. Hertford N. C. – 1981
  67. Hickory N.C. – “Best Balanced City” – 72
  68. High Point – 1970
  69. High Point – “World Furniture Capital” – 1973
  70. High Point – “World Hosiery Capital” – 1976
  71. Holly Springs – 1968
  72. Holly Springs – 1979
  73. Hookerton
  74. Hookerton Fire Dept. EMS
  75. Kenly NC – 1971
  76. Kill Devil Hills – “Birth of Aviation” – 1981
  77. Kings Mountain – “The Historical City” – 1981
  78. Kinston -1967
  79. Kinston N.C. – “Pure Artesian Well Water” – 1979
  80. Lake Waccamaw - 1992
  81. Laurinburg - 1969
  82. Laurinburg - 1980
  83. Lenoir N. C. – “Furniture Center of the South” – 1985
  84. Lenoir – “Furniture Center” -68
  85. Lexington – 1974
  86. Liberty - 1983
  87. Louisburg – “Home of Louisburg College”
  88. Maury N.C. “Heart of Tobaccoland” – 86
  89. Mebane NC - 1982
  90. Middlesex, N.C. - 1981
  91. Monroe - 1976
  92. Mooresville “Port City” “Lake Norman” – 1983
  93. Morehead City – “Fisherman’s Paradise” N.C.
  94. Morganton N.C. - 1979
  95. Mount Airy
  96. Nags Head – 1998
  97. Nashville – 1970
  98. New Bern – “Colonial Capital Home of Tryon Palace Settled in 1710” – 1980
  99. N. Wilkesboro – “Key to the Blue Ridge” – 1981
  100. Oxford, N.C. “Green & Clean” – 1975
  101. Oxford, N.C.  "Green & Clean" - no date
  102. Pine Level – 1973
  103. Pinehurst, N.C. - Golf Capital of the World
  104. Pinetops – 1964
  105. Pinetops – 1978
  106. Raleigh – 70
  107. Raleigh – “The Capital City” – 1955
  108. Raleigh – “Capital City” – 60
  109. Reidsville – 1965
  110. Roanoke Rapids N.C - 1982
  111. Robbins NC - 1973
  112. Rockingham – 1974
  113. Rocky Mount – 1974
  114. Rolesville – 1989
  115. Roxboro – 1980
  116. Salisbury – 1972
  117. Sanford NC - 1972
  118. Saratoga
  119. Scotland Neck N.C. – 1979
  120. Selma N.C. - Governor's Award - 1980
  121. Seven Springs- 2002
  122. Shelby N.C. – “City of Pleasant Living” – 1979
  123. Simpson NC – “Together For Progress” – 1987
  124. Sims NC – 1971
  125. Snow Hill
  126. Statesville “City of Progress” – 74
  127. Spencer – “Population Center of N.C.” 1979
  128. Spring Hope – 1990
  129. Statesville “City of Progress”
  130. Tobaccoville N.C. – 79
  131. Tarboro N.C. – “All-America City” – 1981
  132. Tarboro – 1976
  133. Tarboro N.C, – “Celebrating 250 Years” – 2010
  134. Thomasville “The Chair City” 1980
  135. Thomasville “The Chair City” 1987
  136. Wake Forest – 1987
  137. Wallace NC - 1987
  138. Walstonburg – 1985
  139. Washington – “The Original – 1776”
  140. Wendell NC – 1971
  141. Williamston – 1955 1968
  142. Wilmington – 1975
  143. Wilson – “All America City” – 1975
  144. Wilson – 1978
  145. Wingate, N.C. - Home of Wingate College - 71
  146. Yadkinville - 1974
  147. Zebulon, NC – “Town of Friendly People” – 1981
  148. North Carolina Plate – Farm Truck – 1969 – 1381-RB
  149. North Carolina Plate – Drive Safely – 1961