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Jay checks the gauges on a petro-themed garage on this episode of 'Rides with Jay Thomas'

Wall to wall, the garage is lined with oil cans, original signs and some rare service station highboy lights.

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On "Rides with Jay Thomas," we love checking out old cars, trucks or really anything with a motor and a story.

But we also want to see “What’s in your garage?”

So this week, Jay heads to Darrell Sauvageau’s hangout with oil cans dangling from the ceilings.

Wall-to-wall, the garage is lined with oil cans, original signs and some rare service station highboy lights. You’ll be surprised what Darrell’s favorite item really is.

"Rides" is hosted by radio personality, Minnesota native and North Dakota resident Jay Thomas. The show features cool cars or just about anything with an engine. Know of a ride in the region that Jay's just got to see? Email him at rides@wday.com .

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