Sunday, April 1, 2018

When the Price of Gasoline did not Matter #georgiapioneers #genealogy

When the Price of Gasoline did not Matter

It seems that we associate the economy to the price of gasoline.  I remember that it was .29 cents per gallon for a number of years, particularly during the years which followed the Great Depression of 1929.  The price continued quite low throughout the 1950s that no one discussed it.  It was supposed to be low.  The 1950s and 1960s of large vehicles with chrome bumpers and long hoods owned the gas-guzzling-era. When the Lincoln invented electric windows, it consumed more gasoline than any other automobile, yet no one seemed to notice.

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