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John Bono
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1970 MOPAR AD

John Bono
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Moe Parr
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Just called the dealership and offered full Sticker Price for the GTX but it was already sold. Guess I'll just have to be satisfied with this one.

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Barry Levittan
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Christopher Moroni
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Whew!  Just a few left and luckily, one in the colors I really wanted!

GTX 1970 1
GTX 1970 2

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Jack Dodds
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LOL....I recall cringing at these outrageously high prices.  I remember negotiating on a new fully loaded 1973 Cougar XR7 and walking away because of a couple hundred dollars difference.  The sticker was $5100 and change!  It's all relative of course but it sure seems cheap now doesn't it?


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Christopher Moroni
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Posted by: @jack-dodds

LOL....I recall cringing at these outrageously high prices.  I remember negotiating on a new fully loaded 1973 Cougar XR7 and walking away because of a couple hundred dollars difference.  The sticker was $5100 and change!  It's all relative of course but it sure seems cheap now doesn't it?

ESPECIALLY today Jack...when it seems practically every new car is selling for OVER sticker....some are even selling for almost DOUBLE the sticker price. CRAZY right? But then again, as you keenly noted, "it's all relative." Folks in the 1970's who remember buying cars in the 1930's couldn't believe a new Chevy could cost $3,000-$5,000.

They would be blown away with today's $100,000+ pick-ups! 


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Ed Glorius
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According to the Google machine, that $3500 GTX is $22k in 2022 dollars. Cheap!

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