What Did Things Cost in 1970?

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In 1970 a gallon of gas in the US was 36 cents, a new car was $3,900, warm leather lined boots cost $39.99, and medium eggs cost 25 cents per dozen. Others include a quartz alarm clock that cost $12.97 and porcelain kitchen sink that cost $9.88.
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What Things Cost in 1970
Average Prices in 1970
Car: $3,542
House: $26,600
Gas: $0.36
Bread: $0.24
Gallon of Milk: $1.32
Stamp: 6 cents
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