Sue Combine remembers what the Port Huron Sinclair fuel station was like in the 1950s when her dad managed it.
She remembers jumping on the gas pump bells to her dad’s dismay, the Coca-Cola chest full of pop and icy chilly drinking water she loved to put her fingers in, and her father’s purple service truck that she sometimes rode in.
And now someone is bringing new lifetime to that former gas station.
“The dino project is what I connect with it,” reported T.J. Gaffney, the Port Huron resident doing the job on a “resto-mod” of the creating.
Gaffney has been doing the job on the former gasoline station and dry cleaners at 1402 Lapper Ave. since late May of 2018, when he commenced pulling the façade off. The siding experienced been masking the creating for the improved element of 50 to 60 years.
“No a single realized what was