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  • Rust Repair Panels, Bumpers, Hoods and more!!!
    Bob's Fender Shop has been supplying Commercial and Residential customers with high-quality parts for over 30 years! If you're fixing up your car after a collision, or if you're restoring your classic car, we've got the parts you need! We stock lots of RUST REPAIR PANELS because we know that in Newfoundland rust is a problem. Don't let rust ruin your vehicle, call Bob's Fender Shop at (709) 368-7038 today for Rust Repair Panels and stop the rust before it stops you! Need to fix a rusty panel on your Silverado, RAM, F-150 or Sierra? We've got what you need for most makes and models: * Rocker Panels * Cab Corners * Rear Wheel Patch Panels * and more! Restoring your Classic or Muscle Car back to it's glory days? We have the parts you need for that too: * Full Car Bodies * Carpet * Sheet Metal * Weather Strips * One-Piece Floor Pans * Wheels * and everything else! If you need CAPA certified parts which meet or exceed OEM standards, but are just a fraction of the cost, call Bob's Fender Shop at (709) 368-7038 today! We carry: * Headlights * Bumpers * Fenders * Grills * Hoods * Bumper Covers * Radiators * Condensers * and more! We also custom-order car and truck accessories such as: * Hood Deflectors * Vent Shades * LED Lights * Leveling Kits * Weather Tech Floor Mats * Jeep Accessories * Wheels * and anything else you need! If you're not sure what you need, just call us at (709) 368-7038 or drop into our location in Mount Pearl,, just off of Park Ave. Gary Ford has been running the shop for years, dealing with suppliers to bring customers what they need, so he can help you out.Bob Ford has decades of experience restoring classic and muscle cars so if you're restoring a car and aren't sure what you need - don't worry because Bob knows! What else? We also carry tires! So make us your one-stop-shop and let us take care of you, so you can take care of your vehicle! Call 709-368-7038 , or visit us at: Bob's Fender Shop 5A Riverview Ave, Mount Pearl A1L 1N9 If you need help finding us, below is a map. You can also click this link to bring up an interactive map on your computer or phone:
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  • $3,900.00obo
    Sun, Jan 6, 3:11 PM
    St.John's, Avalon Peninsula
    • Box trailer - Willing to deliver within a few hours from St. John's. Box 10’ long Tongue 4.5’ Wide 7.5’ Height bumper to tongue 6.5’ to 5’ Door Opening 5.5’ wide x 5.5’ tall • Very useful moving/travel/hunting trailer. • Fully watertight. • Frame purchased as flat deck on it, then built into box trailer. • Frame and axle are from an older Holidaire model travel trailer, the axle is rated for 2000kg. • Has a 5/8" plywood deck. • Walls are framed 2"x4" with 3/8" plywood sheathing, the same method as building a house. • All joints are screwed and nailed for strength and vibration resistance. • The sill plate around the outside edge and the exterior sheathing are also glued on using Lepage PL Premium. • Galvanized aluminium sheet metal roof, sealed along all the seams and edges to make it waterproof. • Two windows are installed at the rear of the trailer to provide light in the interior. • Doors are barn door style, lock with pins and a deadbolt. • Wired with a 4 pin connector, all lights work. • New tires at time of build (August 2018), as well as new wheel bearings. We built this trailer to move across the country, it made the trip from coastal British Columbia to here (10,000km roughly) with zero issues. Carried all of our possessions and we slept in the back, it has tons of room inside. Tows straight, and is very light/well balanced. Too many details to list, contact for more info.
  • SALE
    $6,999.00
    Sat, Feb 23, 9:11 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    The happiest car in the world; Jodi Lai by JODI LAI, NATIONAL POST | APRIL 4, 2013 184258...I have never encountered a vehicle that people who normally don’t care about cars get this excited about. As soon as the word got out that I was testing a red Fiat 500, my Facebook and text message inbox was inundated with requests for a ride in the little runabout. When I told people I was driving a Fiat, the reaction was mostly a variation of, “Awhhh! Those are sooo cute!” Did they care that it has an awesome little 1.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder? Nope. How about the sport-tuned suspension? Nah. That the excellent sound system in my tester was designed by the folks at Beats by Dre? Barely. All they knew is that they wanted to sit in it. And after driving it, I completely understand why. It is nearly impossible to be in a bad mood while driving the Fiat 500. It’s the happiest car in the world, and it really rubs off. If the Fiat could talk, it would say, “Ciao, bella! Look at me! Wheeeee! I’m driving! I’m so happy to be alive!”The people at Fiat have done a magnificent job in making sure people know about the car’s happy disposition. With its clever marketing campaigns, it has diverted attention from the car’s flaws and made it an object of desire, capable of stirring emotion in the most far-removed of gear heads. And the Fiat has many flaws, but because of the sheer joy it brings, it is very easy to forgive them. While the main complaint with the first Fiat on Canadian shores was that it was underpowered, the sweet turbocharged engine goes above and beyond fixing that gripe. Although 135 horsepower and 150 pound-feet of torque don’t seem like numbers to brag about, the turbocharged engine is more than capable of moving the light 500 (it’s essentially a tuned-down version of the motor in the mighty Abarth). At idle, the little four-cylinder purrs away quietly, but once the throttle is buried, a surprisingly menacing exhaust note fills your ears. The five-speed manual’s long bite and throws, along with its unique clutch and shifter position took a bit of getting used to, but turned out to be a fine performer, well-matched to the sporty 500T. Things are amped up a notch when you push the Sport button, which quickens throttle response and seems to deepen the exhaust note. Although the exterior has been essentially the same since 2007, Fiat had to give this turbocharged model some attitude to match the exhaust note and sportier feel, and did so with some mean-looking 16-inch aluminum rims, chrome exhaust tips, red brake calipers, flared side sills and a rear spoiler. But staying true to the Fiat’s happy personality, the cabin brings the 500 back to its cheery self. The cabin is simple and is characteristic of other cars in its segment, with the exception of a body-coloured dash panel and retro touches such as round, chrome-trimmed buttons. The retro touches elevate the cabin and only add to the car’s never-ending desire to make you smile. Because of the Fiat’s small frame and barely-there rear windows, blind spots were an issue. Fiat has addressed this problem by putting a blind spot mirror inside the driver’s side mirror — an extremely helpful addition. The other problems with the Fiat are issues that plague the entire subcompact segment and are to be expected. These are tiny, front-wheel-drive, small-wheelbase cars, which means twitchy highway driving and considerable understeer when pushed into corners. With the 500 being so light, road bumps and Toronto’s infamous potholes also became my worst enemies. Rear-seat room is also laughable. I’m 5-foot-7 and didn’t have the driver seat all the way back on its tracks, and I could barely fit my lunch bag in the wedge of space that was left. Most buyers wouldn’t buy this car as a four-seater, however. For two people, it is completely comfortable. For three, it is OK for short trips. For four? Nearly impossible unless your friends are hobbits. The back seats make better storage for groceries or bigger items; the trunk is a wee one, as evidenced by the world’s smallest snowbrush provided by Chrysler Canada. About the size of a dustpan sweeper, it’s the cutest snowbrush I’ve ever seen, but it’s a very simple indicator of how small the trunk is — a larger snowbrush probably won’t fit. Of course, being so small, the 500 is perfectly suited to be an urban runabout. Its fuel economy is respectable, it has peppy performance, it’s ridiculously easy to park and it stands out in a crowd. The Fiat 500 is a charming car that makes me want to take the long way home. It makes me want to do silly things like match my nail polish colour to the Rosso red exterior, sing out loud like Wayne and Garth, and drive all my friends around because nothing would make them, or myself, happier. National Post...Please Call 726-9100 for Jeanette to Finance, or 330-9100/text/cell...