I've come to learn that I am in the minority - actually preferring the rubbery, bouncy stock shocks.
They have less than 100 miles on them, and are in great shape, with the original box, instruction manual, and adjusting wrench. They do have some scuffs on the white paint, as you can see in the picture, but it's nothing that's visible when they are mounted.
And if you REALLY want to tighten up that rear end, I'm also including Clauss polyurethane bushings, used even less than the shocks.
I'm asking $150 (PayPal), plus $20 for the shipping within the USA (unless you can pick them up locally in Portland, OR).