What was the original dealer/list price for a Fender Rhodes?

We've been compiling Fender/CBS price lists as they come up and posting our findings by year under this topic for anybody who is interested. The final list price for a new Mark V Stage 73 was $1095 USD, which is (interestingly enough) what many people are paying for a used Rhodes in prime condition these days.

1967

Fender Musical Instruments Price List October 1967 (**** = price not listed)

1968

Fender Musical Instruments Price List July 1968

1973

Fender Suggested Retail Price List p. 7

The price list I received has dealer notes that indicate a raise in prices of around $15 to $20 at some point, but there is no indication as to when that happened. Every piano and amp also had a custom vinyl cover available that could be ordered from the factory, at a cost ranging from $20 to $40. Additionally, hard cases with casters were available for the pianos and amps, priced around $100 for the Suitcase & Stage Pianos and $70 for the Satellite Amps.

1977

Rhodes Keyboard Instruments
Suggested Retail Price List Effective June 4, 1977

Keyboards

Amplifiers

Accessories

1978

Rhodes Keyboard Instruments
Suggested Retail Price List Effective December 17, 1977

Keyboards

Janus I Keyboard Amplification System

Accessories

1985

The only model available was the Mark V Stage 73 at a list price of $1095 USD, not including the 450 lb.-capacity Peterson stand. The Mark V with stand was $1195, and the stand itself could be purchased alone for $150.

1987

The Mark V Stage 73 is sent to the back page of the price list, still tagged at $1095, and the stand is marked separately at $100.