Last Call- Classical Gas Edition

In the early age of the motor car there used to be these places called Service Stations which catered to the meeds of early adopter motorists and the facile nature of their mechanical charges. As cars became more and more reliable – most today not even needing the traditional oil check at every other fill up – the entire concept of Service Station morphed to Self-Serv and Mini Mart, where drivers can fill their car’s tank without a single interaction with another human being.

Of course, should you pull into a gas station -self serve, or vintage like the one above – in a Lamborghini Countach, you’re bound to not only have an interaction, but perhaps even a riot as the nearly 30 year old Italian super car remains as provocative a shape today as it did when Gandini first penned it.

Image: [warnercnr.colostate.edu]

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