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Last additions - The Prizes
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402 viewsHere's something rare...an entire showcase behind one door. In this episode from 1974, the showcase consisted of Dacor scuba gear, wetsuits, 50 cans of Chicken of the Sea tuna and...a submarine! Actual Retail Price is...$3,837Aug 27, 2007
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391 viewsHere is a Corvette being offered on a 1990 Christmas episode.Aug 27, 2007
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365 viewsChantal takes a flying leap from the trampoline to the ground just in time to model these exercise bikes!Aug 27, 2007
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353 viewsHolly, as well as the contestant who could be heard at the time, isn't sure what this prize is! It's an amphibious vehicle!Aug 27, 2007
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365 viewsStraight out of the "What were they thinking?!?" file, here is the next item up for bids: one of the world's ugliest grandfather clocks, modeled by Dian who (appropriately enough) is wearing one of the world's ugliest gowns! The sad thing is, Dian's dress and the clock actually match each other!Aug 27, 2007
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351 viewsHere's Dian modeling a Chevrolet in one of the more popular car backdrops from the mid-70's.Aug 27, 2007
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313 viewsCheck out this unusual prize from 1990, a full size tanning bed!Aug 27, 2007
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297 viewsThis Chevy Sprint hatchback was offered on the show back in 1986. It was valued at less than $7,000! It came with standard features, manual transmission, and AM radio.Aug 27, 2007
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297 viewsBob and Dian explain that the dog pictured on the "Dog Gone Good Gas Pump" has been neutered! Aug 27, 2007
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352 viewsHere's the first car offered for bids in a 'Price is Right' showcase from the premiere episode. Mazda has come a long way, baby!Aug 27, 2007
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395 viewsA nice wide shot of a sailboat sitting behind door number 3, which was the first item up for bids on this 1990 episode.Aug 27, 2007
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404 viewsHere are two prizes revealed for the Any Number game. Instead of showing the smaller prize first, in 1977 both prizes were revealed at the same time. The car was described first, followed by the smaller prize.Aug 27, 2007
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