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Offline KKKen

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KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« on: March 28, 2019, 07:21:06 am »
Used set of Original Boss 429 Autolite Rear Shocks

SOLD

KKX 2429
T9BC
I purchased these last year from a fellow forum member.
These shocks are currently in my 69 Boss 429 & Rides Well.
Located a better dated set for my car so these are for sale.
They will be removed in the next couple of weeks.

Thanks Ken
« Last Edit: April 08, 2019, 06:24:26 pm by KKKen »
69 Boss 429 Unrestored KK-1416

Offline FIJI_99

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2019, 07:43:06 am »
Great seller here!  I previously owned these shocks, good luck with the sell.
Please register your car:  http://www.boss302.com/boss9reg.htm


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Offline 69mach351w

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2019, 06:24:39 pm »
Can others here not-so-up on what items sale for know what B9 used shocks sale for?

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2019, 08:11:08 pm »
KKX shocks are so tough to find and rarely change hands so its tough to put a number on it.  The seller is not out of line by any means.
Please register your car:  http://www.boss302.com/boss9reg.htm


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Offline 69mach351w

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2019, 08:30:23 pm »
KKX shocks are so tough to find and rarely change hands so its tough to put a number on it.  The seller is not out of line by any means.
???.....why would you even say this??

Just curious for us "learning" about these fantastic automobiles.

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #5 on: March 31, 2019, 09:19:33 am »
I think I know what's going on here. It kind of bugs me too but it makes sense. Lots of times for sale adds get posted with a price (they all get posted with a price) and then when the item sells the price is removed and just the words SOLD are present. So when you go look back for items that have sold previously to get and idea of what the number was/is etc.. it's gone. Makes it hard to research parts and prices even just for rough ideas.

I get it though, not to pick on this add at all, it did have a price I remember seeing it (I'm not going to quote it because I don't recall 100% what it was) but it was replaced with SOLD. Lots of times the price posted, asking price, might not be the selling price. I might ask $100 for something but it sells for $75 I don't want to put SOLD next to my $100 asking price, cause it's not really true, nor do I want to post the actual selling price because that's between me and the buyer.
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1970 BOSS 302 0F02G120146
1970 BOSS 302 0F02G119233 W code
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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #6 on: March 31, 2019, 12:49:29 pm »
KKX shocks are so tough to find and rarely change hands so its tough to put a number on it.  The seller is not out of line by any means.
???.....why would you even say this??

Just curious for us "learning" about these fantastic automobiles.

I can say that because I paid $4500 for a set of fronts and rears.  Does that help?  I sold the seller this set for practically what he advertised them for and he restored them.  The asking price was $2200.  My comment didn’t require a rocket scientist to understand.  These are practically impossible to find and if you want a set of original KKX shocks this was a reasonable price.  Another friend of mine paid $2500 for a set of rears.  Is that enough info for me to ‘even say that’?
Please register your car:  http://www.boss302.com/boss9reg.htm


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Offline 69MustangMan

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2019, 01:33:09 pm »
personally 2,200 sounds like a steal to me, if you can even find a matched set today.  had my front and rear gennies about 10 years and paid much more even then.  i agree prices should be somewhat kept personal if desired, parts are worth what someone is willing to personally pay, imo

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Re: KKX Boss 429 Shocks
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2019, 07:43:50 pm »
Good Grief Fiji,  don't have a "Coniption-Fit"!! 

I reckon most (not all) B9 owners/past owners feel that ANYONE asking ANY questions should be stood in front of a firing squad and SHOT!!!!

Don't worry Fiji, Lol, you'll be wasting your time replying 'cause I won't be back for a long while, too much work to do......
Bye-Bye!!!