Don't know about '55, but in 61 it was 32 cents. There was a gas war
in Athens, GA and gas got down to 18 cents before it started going
back up. Back then the .9 cents may have meant a little on the price,
but now it is useless.
LOL, I recall driving into the Shamrock station, asking for 10 gallons
of regular gas, handing the attendant $2, and getting a penny back in
change. That penny came out of the change maker hooked on his belt.
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