via J.P. Joans
These are the MSRP prices (manufacturers’ suggested retail prices) for each domestic car sold in the United States at the start of the 1969 model year. They include Federal excise taxes.
Notes: Four cylinder Novas were $78 less than six cylinders. V8 engines were $90 on Nova and Futura, $111 on Dart and Valiant, $115 on Falcon sedans, $116 on Rambler.
First, the six-cylinder cars. One could upgrade to a V8 for an extra fee — $90 on Belvedere, Chevelle, and Fairlane; $98 on Rebel; $100 on Ambassador; $105 on Ambassador DPL; and around $111-$112 on F-85, Montego, Special, and Tempest. Air conditioning was standard on Ambassador. .
And the V8 models:
Air conditioning was standard on Ambassador. An automatic transmission was standard on Ambassador SST, Belvedere GTX, and Coronet R/T.
six-cylinder prices are listed, add $105 for V-8s on Ford and Plymouth; add
$106 on Chevrolet.
transmission was standard on Chrysler 300 and Mercury Marquis. Air
conditioning was standard on Cadillac 75.
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