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RE: Gas price no audi content

It has always amazed me that gas prices change according to the value of the 
next refill before the refill.  How many other products(that have that kind of 
turnover) change the price of the product before they(the gas station) incurr 
the cost.  In my buisness prices change according to what I have paid for that 
product, why is the gasoline industry so different.  Maybee my buisness is 
different than most but I dont have the stick it to them mentality. Maybee 
thats why I drive a 4000 instead of a V-8.
Pat Martin
864000csq 2 1/2 cat back, H&R-Boge(wanted Koni's but got Vetoed by other 
half),advanced and loving it.Soon to have Rota Corba's 16x7 with AVS 
95 subaru legacy awd: so stock it hurts

From: 	owner-quattro@coimbra.ans.net on behalf of 
Sent: 	Wednesday, April 24, 1996 2:03 PM
To: 	quattro@coimbra.ans.net
Subject: 	Gas price speculation

>Item Subject: cc:Mail Text
Gas prices for 91 octane (derated for our thin air) here in Colorado 
are $1.539 today.  What I don't understand is how they can jump up and 
down 0.10-0.15 every few days.  I will actually whip in to fill up 
when I see the sign is 1.439!

Jim Warren
Fort Collins, CO