The gas station attendants back then would offer to check your oil and other fluids. Cleaning your windows was done without asking.
They would even do you the courtesy of checking the air pressure in your tires.
Nowadays, most places don't do that.
Corporations save money, they believe, by not offering those courtesies.
What they lost was something more precious.
Those were simpler, more generous times.
I like this refurbished gas station.
The guy who owns this refurbished building put a really old car in the garage part of the station. This car would be older than what the station's era look is presenting, a time during the 1950's and 1960's, in America. Is it one of those Model T's?