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try this site......plug in a dollar amount and a date and it'll calculate it in today's dollars. Twenty-five cents in 1968 has an adjusted for inflation value of...ready for this...$1.29!
It's very interesting. I remembered my dad bought a 61 Buick (new) that listed for $5000. It was loaded for those days which amounted to little more than air, powers windows, seats, steering, brakes, 5 cigarette lighters, the biggest ashtrays you ever saw, a clock that worked about 3 months, and a 401 Wildcat engine. If you plug it in to the above site.....$29k Not exactly a bargain by today's standards.
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