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mtelliott mtelliott is offline
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$4000 for a proven running engine is a good price. That way, you're not having to source things like wiring harness (or fixing), injectors, vacuum leaks, distributors, etc. If it doesn't run, the reason why can be very costly to diagnose. If it's running with good compression and leakdown, $4000 is a decent deal. In Colorado, cost is typically $4k - $5K depending on the mileage.

Good luck with your build.
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