“Recreation of a 1930 Sinclair gas station”
Here you will find a wealth of information for the Route 66 roadie, by proprietor Gary Turner, Sharing his knowledge of the mother road with all who share their love for the road. Recreation of a 1930 Sinclair gas station, taking you for a journey in time. The site includes a replica station, along with original pumps and other memorabilia from the heyday of Route 66.
This location is CLOSED. You can still drive up for photos but there is a chain link fence so access is very limited.
One of the offbeat attractions that I weirdly enjoyed. We met the owner, Gary. He was so full of information about route 66. He was such a sweetheart. It was pretty nice that we could definitely feel that he has so much love for the road. He is also very knowledgeable about the things the you can do in the surrounding areas. You can buy shirts from his shop, too. Definitely one happy place.
the friendliness gentleman on route 66...he'll give you a soda and great conversation!!!
This man is a must meet on route 66. No way to describe him. Let's just say we just wanted to take a picture of his gas station and stayed for almost two hours.
This place was great! Not very far off the highway, along historic Route 66. The gentleman there was very nice and full of awesome information. I believe he was the son in law of Gary. Tons of nostalgia and memorabilia to look at. Absolutely worth the stop.
This is an amazing stop! Full of very cool and vintage items definitely worth the stop.
It was open when I went today. The lady there was very nice. Her father Gary owned it before her. There are many interesting items to see and a little gift shop. She was also able to lead me to a couple of other places on Route 66 that are a little harder to find. Definitely worth a stop.
Very cool, lots of interesting stuff to see. A nice 15 minute break off the highway. It opened on time exactly at 8am. Owner is extremely friendly.
This was cool, we got there during off hours, so was closed. But you can take some amazing pictures, and was a great drive. Still should make the stop as well. Happy Trails.
George, Gary's son-in-law was great and very informed as to where to go. Loved all the old stuff he had. It was a museum of old things including cars and two that ran and he's restoring another.
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Gary's Gay Parita
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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