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Penske Shocks on 2040-parts.com

US $1,500.00
Location:

Buford, Georgia, United States

Buford, Georgia, United States
used but in working order
Warranty:No

Penske Shocks 

Aluminum - smooth body - NASCAR style
Last used on asphalt oval track racing in Pro Cup Series
Will need to be inspected as they have been on the shelf for a while
Don't remember what pistons are in them or what the current build is 
They were in working order when last used with no known defects
Price is for all (6) shocks 
Sold AS IS condition
Buyer pays shipping costs

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