Flashback Friday gas prices, thanks to Hagerty Car Ins Co. (who I'm a customer of but wasn't told about it) the gas was priced for you the same as the was the year your vehicle was made

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Hagerty Insurance, as a tribute to those days of yore, gave a few classic car owners in Beverly Hills California a chance to top off their tanks at throwback prices last Friday, in honor of the seventh annual Collector Car Appreciation Day.Taking over the classic 76 gas station in Beverly Hills, at Crescent and Santa Monica, Hagerty transformed the swooping structure into an old-fashioned service station. http://www.roadarch.com/gas/ca9.htmlThe cost of each driver's fuel was whatever the average gasoline price was when his or her car first his the road. The owner of one 1970 Ford Mustang, for example, paid 70 cents a gallon to top off his tank. A guy in a '55 Chevy Bel Air, meanwhile, shelled out just 29 cents a gallon. http://www.thedrive.com/news/4361/classic-cars-were-charged-by-the-model-year-at-la-gas-station-last-weekhttps://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1331441866885538.1073741958.114612551901815&type=3https://www.facebook.com/HagertyClassicCars/?fref=tsHagerty also gave away 100 $50 gas cards in a Facebook give away event, selected randomly from everyone who tagged their post @HagertyClassicCars , in honor of Classic Car Appreciation Day.Out of 700 people that entered for them, that's pretty good odds of winning