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    FreeCarry is offline Junior Member
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    1999 Super Match I

    I recently purchased a 1999 Super Match I. I'm pretty sure I paid less than it is worth but I wanted an opinion from someone familiar with these. I would like to say it is stock but it is not. It has a 4" BarSto barrel and a "Thoroughbred" slide. I'm pretty sure the barrel and slide were done here in Gilbert AZ. I heard he passed away but unable to find anything. I will say it shoots like a champ and extremely accurate. I know the gun was made in March of 99 and was probably one of the last real customs Kimber put out before they expanded in to what they do now. I guess I just want to confirm the price I paid was a good deal.

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    berettabone is offline Banned
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    Saw a few for $2000...saw one for $1600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by berettabone View Post
    Saw a few for $2000...saw one for $1600.
    Would the work done on it help or hurt the price?

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    Depends who buys it, I would imagine..........

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