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Got a 3.2 straight six in the old jag i keep for spares ,yours free if you come and take it out ,its a good runner with all the valves reground and new seals ,new head gasket .customer died on me before he could come and collect car

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Depends on make and model of car but for the one listed I would guess up possibly 3000.

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Well it's not the question that can be answered with certain fixed digits. Actually price of used engine varies dealer to dealer. In my view http://buyusedengine.com/used_engine.php is great marketplace having great variety of engines at affordable rates about $500 to $1000. You can visit them or search more alternative on your own level in order to get the best deal.

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Anywhere from $500-1,500

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