This photo shows the price of gas, 25.9 cents a gallon, at a Colorado Springs station in 1965.
This photo shows the price of gas, 25.9 cents a gallon, at a Colorado Springs station in 1965.
Does the precipitous fall in gasoline prices mean that fuel-efficient cars are losing value, while the gas guzzlers that consumers once shunned are now in high demand? And if low prices persist for years to come, what will the consequences be? Sheila Gantzler, dealer sales and service manager at ADESA Auto Auction in Fountain, says […]
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