NCHWA Redline Central: 1970 Redline Price Guide
In 1970, Mattel sponsored two of the elite drag racers of the time: Don "The Snake" Prudhomme and Tom "The Mongoose" McEwen. The union was immortalized with the Mongoose & Snake Drag Race Set, as well as the two respective funny cars. A Saturday morning cartoon show was introduced, along with all kinds of merchandising items. It was also the first year that collectors could join a collector's club, and all members received a club kit that contained a book, patch, membership certificate and any one of the special chrome-plated Boss Hoss, King Kuda or Heavy Chevy models. The kit was apparently overproduced, as you can sometimes find "converted" kit cars with spectraflame paint over the chrome; Mattel took the excess cars and used them for the mainline. The first Hot Wheels promotion was issued; Jack in the Box, a west coast fast food chain was honored with, of all things, the Jack Rabbit Special. 33 new models were introduced, including the Sky Show Fleetside, Heavyweights and Spoilers.

The Sky Show playset, which had Deoras and Fleetsides flying down the track and launching one of 3 lightweight plastic planes (1 each of blue, green and yellow) into the air, was an instant hit. Sky Show sets made in Canada featured the Deora, while all other sets sold elsewhere came with a Fleetside. The Deora is far more difficult to find, and is more valuable.

Quoted values are for LOOSE, NM examples. Cars less than NM will obviously command a lesser value than listed, depending on overall condition. Also, since some collectors like to add new replica wheels to replace their beat-up originals, I've added the sizes of the tires to the far right for each car.

Note that the NCHWA utilizes a pricing method called "Star Value©." Instead of specific dollar values, each car will be assigned a Star Value© to indicate rarity and potential price range. There are simply too many variables to place a "set" value on any model, so a range will be used instead to indicate where that particular model may fall on the secondary price scale. A +/- indicates where on that scale the value is approximated, while a number by itself would indicate the value falls in the middle of the Star Value. This is also an easy-glance method to determine rarity; the higher the number, the rarer the car. The value chart will be placed at the bottom of each page

Option: Click the button to the left to download a printable copy of the Star Chart for easy reference (Microsoft Word or equivalent program required for viewing/download). It beats scrolling up and down when you're pricing your cars!
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6451
Ambulance
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Heavyweights Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. Featured a standard "short bed" frame that was topped by a plastic ambulance cab, and translucent blue roof light.
Aqua
Green
Blue
Red
Lime
Olive
Orange
Copper
Light Green
Purple
Yellow
Magenta
Rose
Brown
White Enamel
Hot Pink
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.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3+
3+
4
5
5+
7
11
14
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6499
Boss Hoss
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Hot Wheels Club Kit. Produced only in Hong Kong, the Boss Hoss was one of 3 different club cars available in 1970. It has chrome paint with a Spoiler-style open motor, dual black stripes, and came with a decal sheet that had the numbers 1-9.
Chrome
.
4
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6420
Carabo
Designer: Marcello Gandini
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Keep an eye out for both U.S. and Hong Kong versions with white interiors. These are more difficult to find than the standard black interior, and do add a premium.
Light Green
Blue
Yellow
Magenta
Red
Green
Rose
Aqua
Hot Pink
Light Blue
2
2+
2+
3
3
3
3+
6
8
14
3
3
4-
3
4+
5-
.
4
.
.
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6452
Cement Mixer
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Heavyweights Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. This model came with either a yellow or orange rotating drum that has a decal with "Hot Wheels Cement Co." Assorted interior colors.
Aqua
Green
Blue
Lime
Light Green
Red
Orange
Copper
Olive
Yellow
Purple
White Enamel
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.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
2
2
2
3-
3-
3-
3
3+
4-
4
8+
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6404
Classic Nomad
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in the U.S. Remains a very popular casting, even today. The gold version has never been found in blisterpack, and is believed to be a prototype. Came with a decal sheet with numerous flowers.
Red
Aqua
Blue
Green
Lime
Orange
Light Green
Rose
Magenta
Yellow
Purple
Olive
Hot Pink
Gold
2+
2+
3
3
3+
4-
4
4
4+
4+
4+
5-
6-
40+
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.
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6401
The Demon
Designer: Darryl Starbird / Larry Wood
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in Hong Kong. All models should have a black painted roof. Black was the common interior color, but there was a white interior variation that was much harder to find. This does add a premium.
Green
Blue
Red
Aqua
Lime
Purple
Olive
Light Green
Copper
Orange
Yellow
Brown
Magenta
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
1
2-
2-
2
2+
2+
3-
3-
3
4
5-
11
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6453
Dump Truck
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Heavyweights Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. Long-style standard bed with brown or orange bed cover, along with a yellow dumper.
Aqua
Green
Lime
Blue
Red
Light Green
Orange
Copper
Olive
Yellow
Purple
White Enamel
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.
.
.
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3+
4-
4
8+
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6417
Ferrari 312P
Designer: Existing design
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Grand Prix Series. U.S. version came with a sticker sheet with #60 and Ferrari decals. Hong Kong versions had the stickers already placed on the car. Interiors were black, with the exception of the very rare Hong Kong red w/white interior.
Red Enamel
Lime
Yellow
Rose
Green
Magenta
Blue
Light Green
Red
Hot Pink
Salmon
Orange
Purple
Aqua
Olive
Copper
Brown
Red (white interior)
1+
2
2
3
3
3
3
4-
4
4+
6
7
10
12
.
.
.
.
1+
.
.
3+
1+
.
1+
.
2
13
.
2+
3
2+
3
3+
9
26
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6469
Fire Chief Cruiser
Designer: Based on Plymouth Fury
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in the U.S. Has a blue, translucent roof light, and is the second car to utilize a tampo decoration. This car can be found in 2 slightly different shades of red, but the values remain the same. The exception is a rare red enamel version that has never been found in blisterpack, and is believed to be a prototype.
Red
Red Enamel
1+
31
.
.
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6454
Fire Engine
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Heavyweights Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. The truck cab is the "stubby" sized version, but this casting has the distinction of the longest in the Heavyweights series. The red plastic trailer has a decal that says "Fire Dept." and a small shield.
Red
Red Enamel
.
.
2+
4+
6 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6408
Heavy Chevy
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Spoilers Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. Came with various numbers 1-9, along with a decal sheet with assorted sponsors. Not uncommon to find these painted over-chrome as excess chrome club cars were put to use. This model remains popular today, possibly due to being a remodeled Camaro.
Green
Blue
Red
Aqua
Copper
Purple
Orange
Brown
Olive
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.
.
3+
3+
4+
4+
9
10
12
13-
14-
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6189
Heavy Chevy Club Kit Car
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Hot Wheels Club Kit. Produced only in Hong Kong. Same features as the original Heavy Chevy, but the paint is chrome, and the stripes are black, versus white. This model also came with black rocker panel stripes.
Chrome
.
4
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6421
Jack "Rabbit" Special
Designer: Larry Wood
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: This model is noted for its connection/promotion to the Jack in the Box restaurant chain, and could be found both in a baggie and blistercard with the special JIB decals. The standard line JRB did not come with decals.
White Enamel
White Enamel w/JIB decals
1
5+
1
5+
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6411
King 'Kuda
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Spoilers Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. Most versions will have an unpainted roof, but there are 8 black roof variations that are more valuable than their counterparts. Decal numbers 1-9 were available, along with a sheet with various sponsor logos. Some models could be found painted over chrome.
Green
Blue
Red
Aqua
Copper
Olive
Purple
Orange
Green (black roof)
Blue (black roof)
Olive (black roof)
Purple (black roof)
Copper (black roof)
Aqua (black roof)
Red (black roof)
Orange (black roof)
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4+
4+
4+
6+
12
13
15
17
15
17
20
22
23+
24
25
25+
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6190
King 'Kuda Club Kit Car
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Hot Wheels Club Kit. Produced only in Hong Kong. 3rd of the 3 models offered in the kit. Came with numbers ranging from 1-9, and black stripes on the side rocker panels.
Chrome
.
4
2 Lg, 2 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6412
Light My Firebird
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Spoilers Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. The name is a nice play on words for the song made popular by The Doors in 1967! Model came with numbers ranging from 1-9 and a white stripe on the side rocker panels. Also came with a sheet of various sponsor logos and assorted interior colors.
Blue
Aqua
Red
Green
Olive
Orange
Copper
Purple
Light Green
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.
3-
3-
3+
4
4
5-
6-
6+
28
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6423
Mantis
Designer: Ira Gilford / Howard Rees
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: There is a discernable difference between front ends made in U.S. and Hong Kong. The U.S. front end is a bit wider, and the Hong Kong version is painted to match the body.
Red
Green
Lime
Yellow
Light Green
Rose
Magenta
Aqua
Salmon
Hot Pink
Purple
Blue
Orange
Copper
1
1
1+
1+
2
2
2+
2+
3
3+
3+
.
.
.
2-
2
.
1+
1
.
.
1+
.
5
6
1+
3
4
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6414
Mighty Maverick
Designer: Howard Rees
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: The front end of the U.S. casting has a completely painted black grille, while the Hong Kong version stops at the headlights. Keep an eye out for very rare brown interior/wing variations, as well as the HK-only black roof variations, which are highly valuable. Model was originally called Mad Maverick, but was changed. If you have a base with Mad Maverick on it, then you've got a very rare version, as a few managed to get out. The entire rear wing MUST be present in order for this model to be considered complete.
Blue
Yellow
Light Green
Aqua
Magenta
Green
Red
Lime
Hot Pink
Purple
Salmon
Rose
Gold
Orange
Copper
Olive
Copper (brown int/wing)
Orange (brown int/wing)
Green (black roof)
Blue (black roof)
Aqua (black roof)
Olive (black roof)
Red (black roof)
Orange (black roof)
Light Green (black roof)
Copper
Purple
4+
4+
5
5
6-
6-
6
6+
9+
13-
13+
14
15
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.
5
.
10
6-
.
5
6
.
24
13-
.
.
.
7+
9
10
15+
16+
17+
17+
18
18
19+
20
21
23+
26+
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6456
Mod Quad
Designer: Howard Rees
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: U.S. versions are found with black interiors, while Hong Kong versions should have brown. One of the more affordable Redlines from 1970, and a demon on the downhill track!
Blue
Lime
Green
Yellow
Red
Gold
Light Green
Rose
Aqua
Magenta
Salmon
Purple
Light Blue
Hot Pink
1+
1+
2
2
2+
2+
2+
3-
3
3+
5+
6
7+
12+
3
.
2+
2+
3
.
2+
.
.
3+
.
.
.
12+
2 Med, 2 Sm
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6410
Mongoose
Designer: Larry Wood
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Model came with a sticker sheet that had one side graphic and the hood, roof and trunk graphics. The side sticker was already applied to the right side, straight from the factory. The stickers must be present in order to consider this model complete.
Red Enamel
3+
3+
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6455
Moving Van
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Heavyweights Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. This model is a "stubby" cab version, and comes with a trailer that could be found in either white or grey. There should be a decal on the sides of the trailer that says "Hot Wheels (logo) Van Lines." There is a rear door variation; one is smooth, with no details, and the other has embossed door lines. The smooth variation is considered an early run, and more difficult to find. This feature does command a small premium.
Red
Green
Blue
Aqua
Olive
Light Green
Yellow
Orange
Purple
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.
2+
2+
2+
2+
3+
6
7+
9+
11
6 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6405
Nitty Gritty Kitty
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Spoilers Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. Came with numbers 1-9 on the doors, assorted interior colors and a decal sheet with various sponsors. Keep an eye out for the ultra-rare blue version with a black roof.
Aqua
Green
Blue
Red
Orange
Olive
Copper
Purple
Brown
Blue (black roof)
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.
5
5
6
6
7
10
17
19
31
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6402
Paddy Wagon
Designer: Tom Daniel
Production Run: 1970-1979
Note: After its initial issue, the body was slightly modified for use in the Great Getaway track set (this version has no writing on the sides.) The interior was part of the chassis, and colored with a gold tint. This model made several appearances over the years, but most from Hong Kong after its release.
Dark Blue Enamel
Great Getaway
1+
.
1+
13
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6419
Peepin' Bomb
Designer: Howard Rees
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: All interiors on this model will be black, with the exception of some very rare early releases that came with a white interior. Another variation to look for is the orange-painted headlights versus the standard chrome you see when you pull the lever back. These are fairly difficult to find.
Blue
Light Green
Green
Lime
Red
Orange
Yellow
Rose
Aqua
Magenta
Purple
Hot Pink
Orange (orange lights)
Purple (orange lights)
1+
1+
+
2-
2-
2-
2
2
2
3-
3+
4
13
16
3
3
3
.
4
.
3+
.
3-
3-
.
.
13
16
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6416
Porsche 917
Designer: Existing Design
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Grand Prix Series. Came with a decal sheet with #18 and rocker panel stickers that said "Porsche." The real model is infamous for killing a British driver at the track, as it suffered severe handling problems. It would later go through major rear end modifications, which stabilized it.
Grey Enamel
Lime
Light Green
Yellow
Red
Magenta
Rose
Blue
Green
Hot Pink
Salmon
Aqua
Purple
1+
2
2+
2+
3
3
3+
3+
4-
5+
6+
13+
.
2+
3-
3-
3+
6
.
.
2+
3
5+
.
8+
14+
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6459
Power Pad
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in the U.S. All interiors on this model will be black. The removable plastic camper must be present in order for this model to be considered complete.
Yellow
Light Green
Red
Green
Rose
Magenta
Hot Pink
Blue
Light Blue
2
2+
3-
3
3+
3+
4
15
21
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4 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6400
Red Baron
Designer: Tom Daniel
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in Hong Kong. All interiors on this model will be black, with the exception of a very rare variation that came with a white interior. The helmet is unpainted, with a black German cross on both sides.
Red
Red (w/white interior)
.
.
1+
34
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6403
Sand Crab
Designer: Tom Daniel
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: U.S. interiors came in black, while Hong Kong versions could be found in white. The clear plastic canopy must be present in order to consider this model complete. Came with a decal sheet with assorted flowers.
Light Green
Lime
Blue
Yellow
Red
Green
Rose
Magenta
Aqua
Salmon
Hot Pink
Orange
2
2
2+
2+
2+
2+
3-
3-
3
3+
4-
26
10
11-
9
.
12
9
.
10
9
.
.
.
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6413
Seasider
Designer: Howard Rees
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in the U.S. All interiors on this model will be black, with the exception of the very rare orange version with white interior and SINGLE exhaust pipes on the chassis. The orange Seasider is believed to be a prototype, as it has never been found in blisterpack. Some rare, early Lime-colored models may also have the single pipes. The boat was either orange or white on top, and vice versa for the bottom. It must be present in order for this model to be considered complete.
Light Green
Lime
Yellow
Rose
Red
Green
Magenta
Blue
Hot Pink
Aqua
Purple
Orange
Light Blue
3
3
3+
3+
4
4
4+
6-
8+
16+
26+
29-
32-
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2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6436
Sky Show Deora
Designer: Harry Bradley
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Produced only in Hong Kong. This Deora came with the Canadian version of the Sky Show set. Due to Canada being a smaller market, the Deora has a far shorter run than its counterpart Fleetside, and has far more value and rarity.
Aqua
Purple
.
28
32
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6436
Sky Show Fleetside
Designer: Harry Bradley
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Modified by Howard Rees. All versions were made in the U.S. with the exception of the Hong Kong-issued Aqua w/black roof version, which was marketed only in Italy. All others had unpainted roofs. The Fleetside was also used in the Flyin' Circus track set. Came with a set of decals.
Light Green
Lime
Yellow
Red
Rose
Aqua
Blue
Gold
Green
Orange
Magenta
Purple
Hot Pink
Aqua (w/black roof)
9
9
9
10
10
10
11
11
11
12
12+
13
16-
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16+
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6409
Snake
Designer: Larry Wood
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Both U.S. and Hong Kong versions came with a black interor and roll cage. This model came with a sticker set that had Coca Cola and Plymouth decals, but the right side was already applied at the factory for display purposes.
Yellow Enamel
3
3
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6422
Swingin' Wing
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: U.S. interiors came in white, while Hong Kong interiors were issued in black. The white plastic wing must be present in order for this model to be considered complete.
Light Green
Magenta
Yellow
Red
Rose
Blue
Green
Aqua
Salmon
Hot Pink
Purple
1+
1+
2
2
2+
2+
3-
3
4-
4
17+
5
7
6
6
.
6
6
7+
.
.
.
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6407
TNT Bird
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: Spoilers Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. A separate decal shee was provided with various sponsor logos. Side door numbers ranged 1-9. The interior consisted of various colors.
Blue
Red
Green
Aqua
Orange
Copper
Olive
Purple
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.
5-
5-
5
5
6
7-
12
13-
2 Med, 2 Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6450
Tow Truck
Designer: Ira Gilford
Production Run: 1970-1972
Note: Heavyweights Series. Produced only in Hong Kong. Came with a white tow bar and metal tow hook. Decal on the sides with a Hot Wheels logo and "Tow Service." Interiors were available in assorted colors.
Aqua
Blue
Green
Red
Lime
Orange
Olive
Copper
Light Green
Purple
Yellow
Magenta
Rose
Hot Pink
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.
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.
2+
2+
3-
3-
4-
4-
4
4+
4+
4+
4+
5
7
14+
4 Med
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6424
Tri Baby
Designer: Larry Wood
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: The first design from Larry Wood that made it into production! U.S. interiors were white, while Hong Kong interiors were dark. A Hong Kong casting with a white interior will command a slight premium.
Light Green
Yellow
Red
Green
Rose
Blue
Magenta
Salmon
Hot Pink
Aqua
2-
2-
2
2
2
2+
3
3+
4
4+
2
2
2+
2+
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3
4-
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3
2 Med, 2Lg
#
Name
Colors
US
HK
Wheels
6457
Whip Creamer
Designer: Paul Tam
Production Run: 1970-1971
Note: All interiors were found in black/brown, with the rare variations of U.S. and Hong Kong versions with white interiors. These do add a premium. The Whip Creamer was Paul Tam's first casting.
Light Green
Yellow
Red
Lime
Green
Rose
Aqua
Magenta
Blue
Hot Pink
Purple
Salmon
Light Blue
2
2
2
2+
2+
2+
3-
3-
3
4-
4+
5
12+
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3
3
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3
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3+
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2+
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5
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2 Med, 2 Lg


1 = $15-30 9 = $201-225 17 = $501-550 25 = $901-1100 33 = $2,501-2,800
2 = $31-50 10 = $226-250 18 = $551-600 26 = $1,101-1,300 34 = $2,801-3,100
3 = $51-75 11 = $251-275 19 = $601-650 27 = $1,301-1,500 35 = $3,101-3,400
4 = $76-100 12 = $276-300 20 = $651-700 28 = $1,501-1,700 36 = $3,401-3,700
5 = $101-125 13 = $301-350 21 = $701-750 29 = $1,701-1,900 37 = $3,701-4,000
6 = $126-150 14 = $351-400 22 = $751-800 30 = $1,901-2,100 38 = $4,001-4,400
7 = $151-175 15 = $401-450 23 = $801-850 31 = $2,101-2,300 39 = $4,401-4,800
8 = $176-200 16 = $451-500 24 = $851-900 32 = $2,301-2,500 40 = $4,801-5,200






What Events Defined 1970?

  • On May 4, National Guardsmen opened fire on a group of students at Kent State University, killing 4.
  • ABC begins with the first game of it's long-running Monday Night Football.
  • The World Trade Center was completed.
  • The Beatles released their final album: "Let it Be."
  • Apollo 13 suffers a ruptured air tank on its way to the moon, nearly destroying the capsule.
  • A May 31 earthquake in Peru killed 72,000 people, with 700,000 left homeless.
  • November 14, a chartered Marshall University plane crashed, killing 75 football players & coaches.
  • The first F-14 Tomcat was given its preliminary test flight.
  • #1 Movies were: "Love Story", "Airport", "M.A.S.H." and "Patton."
  • #1 Songs were: "Let it Be" by The Beatles, "ABC" by The Jackson 5, "Close to You" by The Carpenters & "Cracklin' Rosie" by Neil Diamond.




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