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Randy's Old Towne Service Station (Mac's Super Service Station)
Sheathed in gold, white, green, and yellow terra-cotta tiles, this Art Deco neighborhood gas and service station remains sleek and shiny after seventy-five years. Its parapeted entrance is placed at a 45-degree angle to the rectangular structure and is accented by chevrons and topped by an anthemion. The words “washing,” “greasing,” “batteries,” and “tires,” displayed on a light-colored band of tile above individual service bays, advertise the goods and services available here.
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