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Texaco . One of the LUG's has a Texaco station on display. I've always liked it and wanted to build one. Within the past few years, ChevronTexaco Corp sold off most of their Texaco service stations in NJ to Shell Oil Corp, with a complete pull-out of Texaco from the NJ area this year. I've always liked the Texaco brand and decided to finally make a Texaco station. This is one of two that I am planning on building, with the possibility of a 3rd. This particular station is a modified version of the System 2000 Texaco service station. I plan on building a 1950's era Texaco with their infamous Banjo Texaco sign. If I decide to build a 3rd Texaco, it will be the "Matawan" style, built in the late 60's into the 70's. . View of the convenience store area. Curbing still need to be installed. But, the Emergency Shut Off button is installed and operational on the corner of the building. View of the left bay. Oil cans are on the shelf. Flooring and lift to be installed. I just may use the car jack since a lift will cause the car to hit the garage door if the door is in the up position. View from the right bay door. Once the floor is put down and more details, such as a tire stand are installed, the bay area will be complete. A look inside the convenience store area. The refrigerators are installed an stocked with cold drinks. At the bottomof the picture is a display rack. View of the cashier area and front door.

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