If you are going to remove it to sell or junk it, why not repair it? I would think removing it would be the hardest part.
i already have it removed and I don't feel good about opening the engine and repairing it etc.Ranger said:If you are going to remove it to sell or junk it, why not repair it? I would think removing it would be the hardest part.
Try this. You can get an online shipping quote. Not all that expensive. You save extra money if you drop the shipment off and pick it up from one of their hubs on both ends.Night Wolf said:my gosh.
that is THE engine I need, something complete, but with a blown head gasket.... or just blown.
If only you lived close to NY.... or FL.
my engine is from a 96 deville 4.6L im not sure which it isNight Wolf said:Well, I have a complete '93/'94 L37 N*, in pieces, practically a new engine. What I do not have are all the little parts and bits and sensors, which is why a complete, blown engine would be perfect. $200 sounds fair, thats what I paid for mine, in pieces, but near new.... like I said, if only I had a way of easily picking it up....
Hell, if would probably just be better to rbuild the engine you have... LD9 or L37?
well it was white smoke I'm not the original owner i bought the car with the blown headgasket so i don't know details about how it was treated before me.jkk said:I'd liketo hear more about the engine when it was running. Blue smoke or white? How do you know it was head gasket? How many miles on it? Are you the original owner? I've PM'd my phone # to you. Thanks for your time.