Every state or province has different requirements, so since you did not say where you are, I can't give you a specific age.
Also, antique plates come with responsibilities and requirements that are different than regular car tags. They are cheaper, but you can not use your car the same was as with a regular tag. \n You are limited by how much you can drive. If you are using your car for commuting in rush hour with antique plates, and a police officer sees you , or you get in a wreck, you will be in no end of trouble.
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To get an antique license plate for a car you need to check your states rules. In most states a car is considered antique if it is over twenty five years old. After it is registered some states require renewal every one to two years and then some states don't require renewal at all. The antique license does not usually get transferred when the vehicle is sold.