The Price is Wrong 2

Flipping through a JCPenney catalog from 1972, it dawned on me that some prices seemed way too high for '72, while others seemed ridiculously low. Let's see how well you do identifying price tags from 35 years ago. But here's the twist, folks, your job is to pick out the WRONG price, NOT the right price. That's to say that you'll see two prices listed for each item: one comes from the catalog, one is made up. The made up one, or the wrong one, is the right price in this quiz.

For those who missed the first installment, check it check it out here.

1 of 10
22-Inch B&W TV (With Stand!)
$95.00
$175.00
2 of 10
Pool Table (Wood Frame with Walnut Finish)
$199.00
$399.00
3 of 10
Leather Center-Seam Casual Boots
$11.94
$8.94
4 of 10
Concord All-Electric Typewriter
$85.00
185.00
5 of 10
D - Tennis Wear for Women (V-shift Styled for your victory on the courts)
$12.99
$17.99
6 of 10
Groovy Storage Record Cube (Bright "now" design in fiberboard - holds up to 150 albums)
$28.98
$18.98
7 of 10
B - 100% Nylon Matching Lid Cover and Tank Set
$4.89 - tank set/$1.59 lid cover
$9.89 - tank set/$4.59 lid cover
8 of 10
Washable Acoustical Fiber-Glass Panels for suspended ceilings
#1 - $1.28
#1 - $5.28
9 of 10
Bacon Crisper
$9.99
$18.99
10 of 10
Gym Set
$91.50
$31.50