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Classic Fuels opens with '50s service station theme

November 20, 2005

Classic Fuels, a gasoline convenience outlet, has opened at 8650 Sharpsburg Pike after nine months of extensive rehabilitation of a building at the intersection of Md. 65 and Md. 68.

The store specializes in dispensing gasoline and quality carryout or dine-in food at a reasonable price, according to a prepared release.

Classic Fuels was designed with a circa 1950s service station in mind.

Owners Dwayne Lippy and Michael Getzandanner wanted to combine their interest in classic automobiles and service station memorabilia with the modern convenience of a one-stop shop, the release says.

The full-service kitchen prepares food for carryout and dine-in customers.

Antique signs and prints of classic automobiles accent a dine-in seating area with booths designed like the seats in a classic Chevy Bel Air. Employees wear the traditional uniform of the 1950s diner, black jeans and white shirts.

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