The boxing legend’s car is bearing the reg 1 KO.
But the heavily-modified Continental GT has not been registered with that plate at the DVLA, it has emerged.
The licensing body’s car check website replies “it has not been possible to locate the vehicle” when the registration is entered.
Motoring lawyer Nick “Mr Loophole” Freeman said that may void Eubank’s insurance — and could land him in jail if he had a serious accident.
He said: “It would mean six to eight points on his licence and a discretionary ban.
“By failing to register the car, he has no vehicle tax as well as insurance.”
Last week The Sun told how Eubank, 52, was seen in Savile Row, central London, placing an apparently fake parking ticket on the car to allegedly deter wardens and duck a fine.
A DVLA spokesman said all new plates on cars must be registered with them before being driven in public, and it takes a maximum of five days for them to appear on its website.
Eubank did not reply to an email request for a comment. A spokesman for him said: “He is abroad.”
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