Mexican Fourth-Generation Graphic License Plates

Beginning in 2007, a fourth generation of Mexican graphics began to appear. As of July, 2007, only five states were re-plating: Coahuila, Michoacan, Nayarit, San Luis Potosi and Tamaulipas.

Coah. Mex #FBD-75-87
Coahuila undated passenger issue. Fourth graphic issue for Coahuila, this time featuring a multi-color stylized state name and graphic of the Church of Santiago Apostol in Monclova, Coahuila (thanks for the caption, saved me some research).
Mich Mex #PFE-43-89
Michoacan undated passenger issue. Fourth-generation plate from Michoacan issued starting in 2007, this plate features a graphic band of monarch butterflies across the bottom below the serial. The government logo and state seal are carried over from previous issues in the bottom corners.

Missing/Needed: Nayarit, San Luis Potosi

Tamps Mex #XCS-41-32
Tamaulipas undated passenger issue. Gen-four graphic from Tamaulipas, featuring a relatively simple design with a brown band at the bottom. The state shape appears in a gold-flake paint at top left.

MX Fed Go to Mexican Federal Issues 1968-98
MX 1Gen Go to First-Generation Mexico State Graphics
MX 2Gen Go to Second-Generation Mexico State Graphics
MX 3Gen Go to Third-Generation Mexico State Graphics

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