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      St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
  • Fri, Feb 26, 1:01 PM
    Paradise, Avalon Peninsula
    1972 Chrysler New Yorker 440 motor 56820 original miles Stored in garage. Never winter driven Runs and drives perfect Posting for my father. Please call the number listed when looking for details No emails thanks. $12000 was $13500
  • $30
    Wed, Dec 30, 3:32 PM
    Bay Roberts, Avalon Peninsula
    1972 Chevy console ashtray
  • Wed, Dec 30, 3:31 PM
    Bay Roberts, Avalon Peninsula
    1972 Chevy sliding window And chrome trim
  • $125
    Wed, Dec 30, 3:27 PM
    Bay Roberts, Avalon Peninsula
    1972 Chevy truck power booster brake
  • $2,000neg
    Thu, Feb 4, 12:45 AM
    Corner Brook, West Coast
    1972 Volvo 145s station wagon Automatic 4cyl with dual carbs not running Car is in decent shape for the year but does need restoration Great project for someone asking 2000$ or shoot me an offer and we’ll discuss. Thanks
  • Thu, Jan 14, 3:50 PM
    st john's, Avalon Peninsula
  • $15,900obo
    Sun, Feb 7, 5:04 PM
    Musgrave Harbour, Central/Interior
    1972 Triumph Spitfire completely restored and "Zero rust". Car originally came to Newfoundland from California and over a two year period was completely disassembled and restored/rebuilt to showroom condition. All new interior and carpet, new door handles and trunk latch, new upgrade to wood dash as well as new "retro" radio stereo that has blue tooth etc.. Factory folding Soft Top is in good condition with no tears. Over $6000 in new parts alone, too many to list here but I can provide a complete list and invoices to show. Lots of photos available including detailed pictures of restoration.
  • Wed, Dec 30, 3:33 PM
    Bay Roberts, Avalon Peninsula
    1972 Chevy 4x4 emblem s and tailgate trim
  • $120
    Mon, Feb 22, 2:29 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Selling a collection of four hand painted team canada NHL 1972 Summit Series rare collectible Bobble heads. Players included are Ken Dryden of the Montreal Canadiens, Frank Mahovlich of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Phil Esposito of the Boston Bruins and last but not least Bobby Clarke of the Philidelphia Flyers. All bobble heads are in great shape and in original boxes.
  • $650
    Mon, Feb 22, 12:51 PM
    GRAND FALLS WINDSOR, Central/Interior
    1972 coca cola tin large sign . came of old store in a small town near hermitage on the south coast . measures 44 inch by 44 inch . great condition . it is now 46 years old . would look great to add to the cave . ONLY ONE I HAVE LEFT
  • $30neg
    Fri, Jan 29, 8:09 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Great Gift For Your Favorite HABS Fan...! Stock signature of Pete Mahovlich on card, but also signed (front and back) by him. Card is also signed on the back by Neil Nicholson* and Danny Grant**. *Neil Andrew Nicholson (born September 12, 1949) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played in the NHL for the Oakland Seals and New York Islanders. 1972–73 New York Islanders NHL GP - 30 1973–74 New York Islanders NHL GP - 8 1977–78 New York Islanders NHL GP - 1 **Daniel Frederick Grant (February 21, 1946 – October 14, 2019) was a Canadian professional ice hockey left winger, who played in the NHL for parts of fourteen seasons, most notably for the Minnesota North Stars. In his career, Grant notched 263 goals and 535 points while playing for the Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota North Stars, Detroit Red Wings and the Los Angeles Kings, and played in three All-Star Games (1969, 1970, 1971). 1965–66 Montreal Canadiens NHL GP - 1 1967–68 Montreal Canadiens NHL GP - 22
  • Wed, Dec 30, 3:29 PM
    Bay Roberts, Avalon Peninsula
    Three sets of 1967-72 Chevy ram horn manifolds 100 $ set
  • Thu, Jan 28, 12:54 PM
    lethbridge, Eastern
    looking to buy 1972 olds delta 88.
  • $15
    Fri, Jan 22, 4:17 PM
    Paradise, Avalon Peninsula
    Vintage1972 Raggedy Ann and Andy Wall Hangers. Copyright the Bobbs-Merrill Co. Inc. In nice condition considering the age. The paper has let go on Raggedy Ann's foot but isn't torn, so can be glued if one would like. See Photos. $15
  • $100
    Sun, Jan 31, 10:10 AM
    Corner Brook, West Coast
    Set of new body mounts with hardware for 1968-1972 Nova.$100 .
  • $50obo
    Tue, Feb 9, 8:18 PM
    torbay, Avalon Peninsula
    New speedometer cable bought new for a 1972 cutlass supreme too long for mine bought at early birds 50 ono
  • $50obo
    Fri, Jan 15, 5:00 AM
    C B, Avalon Peninsula
    One Driver’s side mirror for a 1972- 1977 corvette in good condition $ 50.00 call at 709-682-2112.... could be used for any car .. its a classic chrome mirror ..
  • Thu, Feb 25, 11:55 AM
    fermeuse, Eastern
    For more info Email Me. Cheers Dr. Frederick Infield Rex Stafford was born in 1856, in Montreal and was a graduate of McGill College. Around 1878, Stafford came to Newfoundland and practiced medicine at Little Bay Mines. In 1882, he moved to Twillingate and married Eliza Blandford, daughter of the late J.B. Blandford, Stipendiary Magistrate at Little Bay. Stafford remained at Twillingate until 1906, at which time he sold his practice to Dr. LeDrew and moved to St. John’s. Dr. Stafford continued to operate a medical practice at St. John’s and around 1908 he opened two drug stores for his sons, Augustus and Bennett. Augustus was already working in St. John’s, employed as a druggist with Thomas McMurdo and Company. Stafford’s Drug stores were located at the corner of Gower and James Street and at 166 Duckworth Street. By 1918 the Stafford’s opened a manufacturing plant, which produced 3 specialties: Stafford’s Liniment, Stafford’s Prescription A, Stafford’s Phoratone Cough Cure. Around 1915, Dr Stafford discontinued his medical practice due to “throat trouble.” Dr Stafford died on March 13, 1920 from influenza, leaving Bennett to assume control of the family business. Bennett ran one drug store, which had now moved to Theater Hill, while August ran the Duckworth Street location. Bennett Stafford was also a promoter of the Newfoundland Hotel and ran a drug store there. Bennett died in 1969 and Augustus died in 1972.