BIRMINGHAM (WWJ/AP) — When you’re rolling by in your 5.0 with your ragtop down so your hair can blow — or just behind the wheel of a minivan — you can get a piece of the Woodward Dream Cruise action a month before the big day.

A Mobil gas station in Oakland County is expected to take on a more nostalgic look as part of National Collector Car Appreciation Day.

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Staff with Hagerty Classic Car Magazine will wear vintage attendant uniforms while pumping gas into classic cars from 7-10 a.m. Friday at the station at 36101 Woodward Avenue in Birmingham.

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Beginning at 25 cents per gallon, gas will be charged at what it cost the year the cars were made. Anyone driving a vehicle 25 years old or older will be eligible for the cheaper gas.

Attendants also will wash car windows while a jukebox plays hits from the 1950s and 1960s.

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