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Assignment America (The $675,000 License Plate) #901894

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 04, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Rehoboth, Delaware: Steve Hartman) The cult fascination in Delaware with low-digit license plates featured; photos shown of the late Charles Murphy†† and his license plate; scenes shown from an auction in Rehoboth, where Murphy’s plate sold for 675,000 dollars. [Emmert Auctions Butch EMMERT††- says it’s more important in Delaware to have a low number than to drive a Rolls-Royce.] [License plate collector Frank FUSCO††- comments on his family’s penchant for the plates.] [Investor Tim AYRES††- comments.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) Photo of reporter Hartman’s new baby shown.

Couric, Katie;
Hartman, Steve

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