The Vietnam plate frame came in yesterday. I was quite unhappy with the piece of junk for several reasons:
1. It's cheap made in China junk and looks like such.
2. The "Vietnam Veteran" is just a cheap sticker on bottom of the plate frame, which looks like it could peal off in a week or so. The Vietnam Service Ribbon on top is the same type of cheap tape sticker.
3. The top of the frame covers most of the word "Nevada" on the license plate. The top of the frame goes more than half way down the "Nevada" letters when unmodified.
4. The bottom of the frame totally covers all of the word "Veteran" on the license plate at the same time, when unmodified.
I know in some states it's not legal to cover ANY of the wording on the license plate (I don't know if NV has such a law or not).
Anyway, I decided to cut off the top of the frame and screw the bottom on below the word "Veteran" of the plate by drilling four small holes. Then I pealed off the ribbon on top of the frame and taped it down above the license plate.
I totally destroyed the frame in the process (top is cut off and top ends were grind smooth <see photo>, but it came out looking like the way I want (at least until the stickers peal off by themselves from the weather or whatever):
-Don- Reno, NV