Puritan Board Senior
Stringbean backed by Flatt & Scruggs
It was a way of life. Of course, the full description was “stagflation.”It was a word I didn’t understand in the late 70s and early 80s but I remember hearing it.
Some pumps would just go up to 99.9 cents a gallon. Shell tried to start pricing by the liter at some stations to try to save money on replacing the pumps.And gasoline? From 29 cents a gallon to over a dollar in just a few years.
Some pumps would just go up to 99.9 cents a gallon.