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Old 05-04-2014, 04:17 PM   #1
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I have been googling for a site that offers affordable engines, the junk yards around me want 1,000 for one. Looking for a 2001+ Crown Victoria for my 1996 mustang gt
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www.car-part.com
probably going to be hard to find a good PI under $1K
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probably going to be hard to find a good PI under $1K
But any romeo 2001+ come with PI heads already?
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Try Craigslist and Ebay. I find lots of engines for good prices all the time. A good running 2V engine tho will probably always run you between $600 and $1,000.
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probably going to be hard to find a good PI under $1K
+1 on the car-part.com. and the price range from $500- $1000 and all come with a warranty.Good luck in your search.
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A real nice machine you have buddy! I think buying used engine is better than buying new ones. So your decision is right. Recently Iíve bought a used engine for my 1997 Dodge challenger and itís working real smooth till now. So I can recommend you the place from where I bought a used engine, itís called buyusedengine.com. Check out this place!
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