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Historic Gas Prices – 1992 – 2008 - Data Logs

My dad’s historic gasoline logs from 1992 – 2008. Here it is as an Excel-compatible document on Google Docs.

 
PRLog - May 23, 2011 - Back when I was a kid, my father used to keep a log of his gasoline expenses. He would meticulously record the cost of the gas, how many gallons he put into the car, and the total amount he spent.

He maintained several different notebooks, most of which were lost over time. He found two or three of these tiny notebook from 1992 – 2008. He took the time to transfer them to Excel. And here is this data, through the magic of the web, now available to you.

My dad’s historic gasoline logs from 1992 – 2008.
Here it is as an Excel-compatible document on Google Docs.
http://wordspicturesweb.com/?p=1820

Now you know that my dad paid $1.02 for a gallon of gas on 8/31/1992. And then $1.01 per gallon on 5/3/1993. Adjusted for inflation, I wonder what that price would be today. Do you know how to figure that out? If so, please share.

This document is editable in Google Docs, so you can actually insert a worksheet with comments. Or you can download it as Excel.

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