Colorado is going retro with its license plates, bringing back the green-mountain and white-sky design that was phased out in 2000.

Drivers will have to pay an extra fee, though — which will range between $33 to $75 depending on demand, according to the nonpartisan Legislative Council.

The “legacy” plate will return in early 2022, thanks to SB21-69, a bipartisan bill that passed its final chamber Thursday. Bill sponsor Kevin Priola, a Republican senator from Henderson, said Gov. Jared Polis assured him he’ll sign it.

“We’re going back in time. We’re returning to the glory days,” said Rep. Alex Valdez, a Denver Democrat who is also sponsoring the bill. “We’re going pre-2000, showing a little love for the folks who’ve been around here a long time.”