Vintage diner in NJ available for free -- just move it - New York News

Vintage diner in NJ available for free -- just move it

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NEW JERSEY (MYFOXNY.COM) -

If you'd like to have a New Jersey vintage diner for free you can have one. You just need to be able to pay and arrange for it to be moved from Route 1 near Trenton.

The William Hotz Development Group purchased property for a new McDonald's, Wawa and TD Bank to be built.

Owners say the diner has been around for decades before being taken off the market some 20 years ago.

Believe it or not, people actually collect diners.

If you want the diner and are willing to pay for its removal, developer Bill Hotz welcomes inquiries at hotzdevgrp@aol.com.

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