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It already sold last week. Somebody was either shill bidding or somebody didn't pay.
 

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Since this auction is only one day old, don't think it sold. And no bids yet.
 

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It's is the same intake, the same seller, the same pictures, the same starting price, the same shipping price, and the same buy it now price. I got outbid on it last week and ended up buying one from Hurley. It had a buy it now of $325 last week which disappeared after it got a bid of $300. It sold for $352. I'll say it again, either someone (seller) was shill bidding, or someone decided not to pay.
 

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The condition it is in by the pix:eek::sick:. And the buy it now price:rolleyes:? I would go brand spankin new! But since I have a "Boogieman" name your top intake:D. No worrys mate. Anybody got "Boogieman" heads they don't need:rolleyes::rofl:;):rolleyes:?
 
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The condition it is in by the pix:eek::sick:. And the buy it now price:rolleyes:? I would go brand spankin new! But since I have a "Boogieman" name your top intake:D. No worrys mate. Anybody got "Boogieman" heads they don't need:rolleyes::rofl:;):rolleyes:?

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Put a bid on it for giggles.:rofl:
 

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Seems to have been sold for $202.50. We shall see.:unsure:
 

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I bet he wishes that he didn’t have his buddy running up the price last week.........
 

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I never bid on anything that has inflated shipping costs. They can be misleading on the ad or omit damage in the pictures, and when you complain. They just say " sure ship it back and I will give you a full refund" then you have to pay to ship it back to get your refund but they don't have to refund the inflated shipping costs you paid to ship it to you. So you are out over $100 in shipping and they just repost the ad with minor revisions. No sweat off their back, they made money.
 

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I never bid on anything that has inflated shipping costs. They can be misleading on the ad or omit damage in the pictures, and when you complain. They just say " sure ship it back and I will give you a full refund" then you have to pay to ship it back to get your refund but they don't have to refund the inflated shipping costs you paid to ship it to you. So you are out over $100 in shipping and they just repost the ad with minor revisions. No sweat off their back, they made money.

A normal person without connections to a business couldn’t ship for much of any less than he was asking. I personally wouldn’t buy used parts if I were not confident that either nothing could be wrong with it or I could fix anything that is wrong with it. That manifold was a great deal at $243 shipped.
 

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Last time I looked at the ad shipping was $80 and the buy it now price was $325. For $405 shipped, I would just buy new.
 

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Nope. $40.66. So $243 total. A very good deal.

I bought one used off of Hurley for $325 shipped and I'm tickled to death. A new one with 6% WV sales tax is $466. There is a point when buying used doesn't make sense. Tires, bearings, u-joints, etc. But when I can save $141 or even only $66 on a part that will clean up and does nothing other that sit on top of an engine, I'm all about it. If $66 (or $141) doesn't mean that much to you, then send it this way. I have a Procharger to fund.





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Ang now we seeo_O. Why didn't he just put in a reserve? Since wants 325.
 

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Because he’s an idiot who got greedy. I watched it the first time when he pulled the the $325 Buy it Now and was seeing dollar signs. I still went ahead and bid $350 and got outbid......by him I’m sure. Hurley sold me his and so when you posted it again I put it on watch. He’ll still get good money out of it at some point if he puts a $300 BIN on it and let’s it sit. Like I said, he’s a greedy idiot.
 
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