“H Karl” means “H Carl”, but is pronounced like “hákarl” which means “shark”.
“Kort” can mean either “card” or “map”. I’m inclined to think it’s “card”, as in “Credit card”.
There is a shop in Reykjavík by the same name. I think the car belongs to the owner.
“Koli” is the Icelandic name for a type of flat fish. It can also be a man’s nickname.
“Bruðl” means “unnecessary spending” or “waste” and in these days of sky-high fuel prices, a car like this is nothing but.
This car belongs to the head of a company that makes anti-virus software:
If I am not mistaken, Sonyoo is a Thai female name. I liked the dogs in the rear window.
I’m back from a business trip I had to make and will try to post regularly until next week, when I will be leaving for a summer holiday. The Friday song lists will continue to be posted automatically while I am away.
Licence plate photo sent to me by a friend.
Another licence plate photo sen to me by a friend. The car is a classic Ford Mustang.
This is a pretty straighforward one. “Systa” means “sis” (as in “sister”), but it can also be a nickname.
Another licence plate. Photo sent to me by a friend.
The word on the plate is an Icelandic spelling of “cruiser”.
Photo sent to me by a friend.
Licence plate on a classic car. Photo sent to me by a friend.
The licence plate on a classic Ford Mustang. I have no idea what year it is from, but a friend sent me this photo and a number of others taken at an exhibition of classic cars in Hafnarfjörður, Iceland.