This classic car emblazoned with Seaboard Ace Hardware’s logo has been cited as an example of a vehicle sign that city leaders are looking to ban. The shop near downtown Raleigh is hidden from nearby streets, so the car is sometimes used to drawn in customers.
This classic car emblazoned with Seaboard Ace Hardware’s logo has been cited as an example of a vehicle sign that city leaders are looking to ban. The shop near downtown Raleigh is hidden from nearby streets, so the car is sometimes used to drawn in customers. ccampbell@newsobserver.com
This classic car emblazoned with Seaboard Ace Hardware’s logo has been cited as an example of a vehicle sign that city leaders are looking to ban. The shop near downtown Raleigh is hidden from nearby streets, so the car is sometimes used to drawn in customers. ccampbell@newsobserver.com

Raleigh looks to ban vehicle signs

June 29, 2014 12:13 PM

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