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Scan from the price list of 17th February 1969 follows. By October 1969 the soft top had gone up slightly to £1366 11s 11d and hard top to £1412 5s 16d. The optional extra prices all remaining the same. 

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1 hour ago, saffrontr said:

Scan from the price list of 17th February 1969 follows. By October 1969 the soft top had gone up slightly to £1366 11s 11d and hard top to £1412 5s 16d. The optional extra prices all remaining the same. 

Derek

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Thank you Derek much appreciated. 

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I did download this a while ago

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12 hours ago, saffrontr said:

Scan from the price list of 17th February 1969 follows. By October 1969 the soft top had gone up slightly to £1366 11s 11d and hard top to £1412 5s 16d. The optional extra prices all remaining the same. 

Derek

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The purchase tax rate is about 30%! A lot more money to be made taxing cars than making cars in those days.

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In 1974 I was living on the south coast of New South Wales and bought a new Toyota Celica for $3,800, including optional mag wheels.

My recollection is that at the time a new TR6 from the local Leyland dealer was in the order of $8,000.

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Good spot on the 60 spoke wires, it looks like that error continued in the price lists probably to the end of the CP series as it was still listed in the 24th April 1972 one. 

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