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Jay finds another Jay's barn-turned-service-station-heaven on this episode of 'Rides with Jay Thomas'

Jay Skjerven has lined the walls with all original signs and littered the floor with projects not meant for idle hands. And it doesn’t stop there.

Rides with Jay: Project's Barn
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What started as a donated barn has turned into service station heaven.

Jay Skjerven has lined the walls with all original signs and littered the floor with projects not meant for idle hands. And it doesn’t stop there.

His barn needed some extra additions to keep up with his massive collection. Find out what's buried in Jay’s cluster of collectibles on this episode of "Rides with Jay Thomas."

"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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