Can you guess which item cost more in 1968?

Find out if the price is right for '60s shopaholics.

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If you were making shopping lists in 1968, you remember a time when 60 Minutes was brand-new and society had just managed to make it to the far side of the moon. 

It was a hugely significant year historically, but amid all that trivia, do you remember the price points of all the stuff you bought? 

Consider this a time-traveling version of The Price Is Right. Scroll through the items below and decide after seeing them side by side: Which costs more? Only the savviest '60s shoppers can get 7/10. Good luck!
  1. Which cost more in 1968: a blender or a 5-speed bike?
  2. Which cost more in 1968: a 2-slice toaster or a pocket knife?
  3. Which cost more in 1968: a portable record player or an AM-FM clock radio?
  4. Which cost more in 1968: a leather football or your rink skates?
  5. Which cost more in 1968: an electric-eye Polaroid camera or an ornate cradle phone?
  6. Which cost more in 1968: an automatic corn popper or a medium-duty drill?
  7. Which cost more in 1968: a dart set or a music box?
  8. Which cost more in 1968: an electric juicer or a double-bell alarm clock?
  9. Which cost more in 1968: a family-sized tent or a fiber glass boat?
  10. Which cost more in 1968: a contemporary TV or a portable color TV?
Can you guess which item cost more in 1968?

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