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More FINA

On Friday Feb 6th, we were discussing the old FINA station on Tecumseh Rd. when Terry pointed me towards the station above on Seminole. I’ve probably driven past it hundreds of times over the years without ever noticing it.

The windows are tinted, and there are a few other alterations, but it’s pretty much all there. However the Tecumseh Rd. location is still the best preserved one I’ve seen. There’s another one on Tecumseh & Marentette, and the round part of one on Howard is built into a strip mall… Any others I’ve missed around town? Any in the county anywhere?

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