Re: Texas Bus Antique Plates
Double-check your state's laws before you do this though. Here's what Tennessee has to say about it:
An “antique motor vehicle” is a motor vehicle over twenty-five (25) years old with a non-modified engine and body which is used for participation in club activities, exhibits, tours, parades and similar uses as a collector’s item, and can only be used for general transportation on Saturdays and Sundays.
Basically, Monday-Friday you could only drive it to or from a car show, parade, etc. If you want to drive it for any other reason (to get back and from work, get some groceries, go to a campground, etc.) then Saturday and Sunday are the only days you can drive it. Many states have similar limitations, I remember seeing at least one that had no limitation at all though.