The US average in 1968 was
33 cents per gallon. That would be about
$2.23 per gallon in today's dollars (2014).
The same as a gallon of gas for any other car. A gallon of gas is a gallon of gas
The answer will depend on the cost of a gallon.
In the 1956 a gallon of milk cost 97 cents. A house cost about $22,000 and a new car could be purchased for about $1,800.
It costs $5.40 in western Canada.
It would cost ($3.50) x (1,200) / (miles your car covers per gallon) .
$597.36 is the answer to that question not lieing
It depends on the price of gas. If gas costs $5/gallon, it would cost about $835.00 to go 5000 miles when your car get 30 miles to the gallon. If gas costs $3/gallon, it would cost about $500. cost = 5000/30 * cost-of-gas
The answer depends on the fuel efficiency of your car and the cost per gallon for gas.
31/25 = 1.24 per gallon !
$178.41 for gas alone.
It costs the same as it would cost for any other car, depending on where you live. The real question is how much miles it gets to the gallon and how fuel efficient it is.
It would cost $219.55.
$92.86 rounded to the nearest cent.
It would cost about $350.
It would cost (2.4) times (the cost of one gallon petrol). Also, add cost of tolls, food, etc.