How Much Did Things Cost in 1964?

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The cost of living in 1964 was far much cheaper compared to current times. The yearly Inflation Rate in the USA was 1.28% while in the UK it was 3.5%. The stock markets year end close for the Dow Jones Industrial Average was 874. The average income per year was $6,000.00 and a gallon of petrol fuel cost 30 cents.
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What Things Cost in 1964
Average Prices in 1964
Car: $2,350
House: $20,500
Gas: $0.30
Bread: $0.21
Gallon of Milk: $1.06
Stamp: 4 cents
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