"Old But Gold" – A Receipt Showing A Volkswagen Beetle Bought For ₦3,908 In 1982 Has Resurfaced!
By Sosy_The_Body | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 273 views
A recent photo showing a receipt of a Volkswagen Beetle bought in the 80's just resurfaced again.
I clearly remember this car to be one of the first few cars to be used in Nigeria. It was so perfect, so simple and so durable. If you had a Volkswagen Beetle back then, you had to be a big man. It's actually surprising to see that it was bought for the price range of 3k at the time. How time flies. Now to even buy the cheapest car in Nigeria, you must have thousands more than 3 thousand naira. It's really unbelievable.
Due to the fact that it has been decades now, I'm wondering how people got their hands on this receipt and it's been trending on many groups on social media. See the receipt below;
The receipt shows that the car was bought by one Mr Oyewale in Ibadan on the 8th of April 1982. He acquired the car for a sum of three thousand nine hundred and eight naira forty kobo.
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