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## #1 2005-10-19 13:49:41

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### The License Plate Series, Part III

RAY: This next puzzler is from my license plate series.

TOM: Over the years you've had a puzzler from just about every possible series you could imagine!

RAY: I would credit somebody with this, but I lost his e-mail. If he catches us, we'll send him a shirt. In the past, we've asked people to identify the kind of car that would be sporting a particular license plate.

I'll give you some examples that we've already used:

One was "tan 270" and the car that was affixed to was an Infiniti: the tangent of 270 is infinity.

Here's another one: 4x4x8. It was an Accord. A cord of wood is 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet.

So here's today's puzzler: the license plate has four letters on it: "i-n-m-y." "I" like in India, "N" as in November, "M" as in Mike, and "Y" as in Yankee.

What's the car to which it's attached?