How Much was Gas in 1979?

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In the United States, a gallon of gas cost about $0. 70 per gallon in 1979, and prices were on the rise. Adjusted for inflation, this is equal to around $2. 00 per gallon.
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If I pumped your gas you payed a dollar plus my tip. If it was self service you were paying 94 cents per gallon. That was relative to where you were in the US. You can find out more information here: rolfealumni.com
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