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Financial Info: Price: $3,250,000. Down: $35%. Gas Sales: 110,000 - 120,000 gallons/month @ .50. Market (no ABC): $35.000/month. Two Restaurants - Leased: $4,000/month & $1,800/month. Full Service Car Wash: $120,000-130,000/month. Station Rent: $10,000/month NNN. Lease Term: 35 Years.
Profile: Major Brand Gas Station with Full Service Car Wash. Business Only, Absentee Operation. Station Rent: $10,000/month NNN. Lease Term: 35 Years. 6 MPDs. 2 twenty thousand gallon D/W tanks. 8 years remaining on the supply contract. Gas Sales: 110K-120K gallons/month @ .50. Market (no ABC): $35.000/month. Two Restaurants Leased: $4,000/month & $1,800/month. Full Service Car Wash: $120,000-130,000/month.
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