Duluth man wins 2 cars on 'Price is Right'

Scott Toso knows car prices, and it paid off for him when he was selected as a contestant on the TV game show "Price is Right," the Duluth News Tribune reports. He won a Honda Accord during a dice game, and then, in the game's "Showcase Showdown" finale, he won a Ford Mustang. The show was taped in June, but it just aired Wednesday – he'd signed confidentiality agreements that made him keep his winnings a secret, even from family.
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Scott Toso knows car prices, and it paid off for him when he was selected as a contestant on the TV game show "Price is Right," the Duluth News Tribune reports. He won a Honda Accord during a dice game, and then, in the game's "Showcase Showdown" finale, he won a Ford Mustang, the newspaper reports. The show was taped in June, but it just aired Wednesday – he'd signed confidentiality agreements that made him keep his winnings a secret, even from family.

Check out a clip of Toso on the show:

You can watch the whole episode at the show's website.

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