Wanna buy a hot dog? A Googie Classic!

With this posting on Facebook today from Sharon at 5280 Mod,  I was trying to figure out if I could make a living in food service – wouldn’t this be awesome? I’d love to own this and go to work in a hot dog every day – wouldn’t you?

Sadly, the Coney Island has gone out of business in Bailey, but the dog is for sale for $500,000 – it can be moved! So, readers out there, who’s looking for an income – wouldn’t this be cool?

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