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Curious if anyone has any shocks, preferably Koni Classic, in decent shape to fit a ‘72 Giulia Super. Also interested in springs. I’m located in Maryland. Thanks
 

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Koni is having their yearly 20% off sale which starts today April 1. Try koni directly or Tire Rack.
 

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I had ordered some from Tirerack a few months ago for my 75 Nuova Super, generally not a stock Item, they will build them for you, but you may have to wait. FYI
 

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I have a set of Koni reds that came off of a 1974 spider.
I don't know if they are the right P/N for a Giulia.
I "played" with a bit and they seem to respond to adjustments and etc.
Takes about the same amount of force to open and close. all the nut and rubber washers are there.
PM me an offer I can't refuse.
 

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I'll get pictures if need be.
I need your location also.
Pm me
 

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Centerline recently announced that they now have new springs and shocks that match the OEM specs. I think that they are about $400 for the full set of 4 springs and 4 shocks.
 

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Thanks for the replies, and timely info about the shocks and spring sale going on right now on tirerack. I think I found a set of shocks locally. Have read mixed reviews on the eibach's here and elsewhere, although with the discount at tirerack right now they're tempting...
 
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