Brooklyn – Boerum Hill
334 Atlantic Ave between Hoyt and Smith Sts
Thank soda, beer and gasoline brands for keeping the world in kitsch. The walls at this antique trove are lined with the Pop Art of advertisements from owner Marc Saccone's personal collection, but the most exciting finds are littered about the small floor space. A Sinclair gasoline pump ($700) from Connecticut would cost you $2,000 online, according to proprietor Saccone. Don't miss his prized 1957 Seabird 200 jukebox ($8,500), on which Saccone plays the Doors' "The End" to terminate each day.
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