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Southern california car prices for 1937

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by LOWLYDE, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. LOWLYDE
    Joined: May 3, 2008
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    :eek:I think I could afford a few of thease cars!
     

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  2. RayMiller
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    Gill gonzales yea I know Gill he's a good friend of ours, that's his car you got your butt parked on. Seriously tho with todays money in 37 we'd all be ballers, I'd roll a caddy.
     
  3. LOWLYDE
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    I agree, crazy to see what they cost. Can't even buy a tire for that amount
     
  4. That guy Fred Fudge , he also had a car lot up on Polk street in Frisco
     
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  5. hotrod40coupe
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    The average wage in 1937 was 50 cents per hour, if you could find a job.
     
  6. jcmarz
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    from Chino, Ca

    That would be about $7.50 today. That Buick would cost $1,300.00 today and the Chevy panel truck would be $2,200.00 today.
     

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