Greek civil registration plates 1983 - 2004
In 1983 a new format of registration plate was established for civilian vehicles. The new plates had three letters and four digits separated by a small hyphen. This format remained in use until 2004. The front number plate was smaller than the rear one. Plates of different colours and specific groups of letters were specified for various special categories of vehicle. Taxis had yellow plates, government agency vehicles had orange plates and tax-free vehicles had white plates but the letters and digits were red.
These markings are printed to order in any scale required and specific registration numbers may be specified so that modellers may recreate in scale any vehicle they wish. The relevant MOT stickers may also be specified for each plate.