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4bbl carb and intake prices?
« on: August 31, 2014, 07:34:46 PM »
I  have a spare 4 barrel intake and carb set up for a 2.0 that I am not in need of, the Holley is the 6299-1 and the intake is the Offy.
 I checked on Ebay and saw a intake sell for a ridiculous amount of money. The carbs seem to go for a little more reasonable money.
 My question is what would be a fare asking price for the combined carb and intake?  I have never sold anything on Ebay and would rather put it up for sale on this site and  make me and someone a fair deal.  so what is your opinion?
 Thanks
1972 Wagon
2.0 (not stock), 4 Speed with Hurst shifter and roll control, Holley 390 4bbl, Spearco intake, MSD Ignition. 8 inch rearend 3.55 gears, custom dash and interior.