Sun, Oct 6, 7:43 PM
Conception Bay South, Avalon Peninsula
Automobile rooftop carrier.
Fri, Oct 4, 4:06 PM
Beautiful canvas print showcasing the colorful history of Newfoundland license
plates arranged to resemble the Newfoundland flag.
FREE SHIPPING if needed.
Newfoundland and Labrador first required its residents to register their motor
vehicles and display licence plates in 1920, while still a British dominion. It
became a province of Canada in 1949.
In 1956, Canada, the United States and Mexico came to an agreement with the
American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, the Automobile
Manufacturers Association and the National Safety Council that standardized the
size for licence plates for vehicles at 6 inches (15 cm) in height by 12 inches
(30 cm) in width, with standardized mounting holes. The 1956 (dated 1957)
issued plate was the first Newfoundland licence plate that fully complied with
All plates issued since 1982 (beginning AAA-001) remain valid today. Plates
remain with the vehicle to which they are originally registered, rather than
with the owner. Used vehicles with expired plates are issued new licence
plates, while used vehicles with valid plates retain their original licence
Since 1985, the province has not used the letters I, Q, U or Y on licence
plates, except on HAM Radio Plates. The letter I is skipped because it closely
resembles the number 1, while the letter Q is skipped because it closely
resembles the letter O (which the province does use) and the number zero.
Size: 36" x 24"
Our canvas prints are the result of years of experience combined with
cutting-edge printing technology. The top-quality canvas fabric is manually
stretched over a hand-made spruce wood stretcher frame.
Orders to US customers generally take 2-6 business days once shipped.
Orders for Canadian customers normally take 2-8 business days to arrive.
See more prints at: https://blacksprucetrading.com
Tue, Oct 1, 10:19 AM
Wanted to buy automobile hood ornaments. Of old cars, trucks,tractors,please
call or email
Sun, Sep 15, 12:43 PM
Parsons Pond/Cow Head/Rocky Harbour, Northern Peninsula
2011 Crown Victoria "LX" 115,000km--Last production year of this iconic,
smooth, quiet, magnificent highway automobile. Newer ones don't exist. NOT a
police car. NEVER was.
I bought it a year old. ZERO warranty work needed while 3 year warranty was in
effect. One small recall done. No recalls outstanding. Clean history. ZERO
fender benders. ZERO scratches.
ALWAYS parked well away from other cars. I walked further.
Majority of miles to Toronto, then back to the rock. This was my 4th Crown
Victoria. I have commited to a Lincoln Town Car being shipped to me. It's in
transit. Same 4.6 engine in the Lincoln as well. They don't quit.
You'll see these Crown Victoria's and Lincolns with 4.6 engines being
advertised with 300,000+++ kms. They're around. Check it out.
Much money spent within the last year on my baby. Was planning to keep it,
until this Lincoln Town Car came up for sale.
This gem needs ZERO attention for a road worthy certificate.
-NEW brakes this year
-NEW rotors this year
-NEW calipers this year
-NEW plugs this year
-Alignment and balancing this year
-Tires 1.5 years old
-Factory aluminum wheels
-Keyless entry pad on outside drivers door
-Factory cd player
-Two entry remotes
-All power features
$9999.99 or best offer
Ready to roll.
Even if you're in St. John's, it's worth the trip.
Call for a yarn. 2 phone #s below.
Gros Morne area.