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Question What engine is it?

Hi,
someone is selling turbo engine - I have no idea what year it might be from...
I only have these pics and no other info
can anyone tell what year range it could come from? (engine and mission set)
and what would be the value on this set ?
Thanks, stan






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I'll take a wild guess...

1986

engine and trans $10,000

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That looks like it sat on a beach for a few years..
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That looks like it sat on a beach for a few years..
After it washed ashore

Worth core charge if lucky, maybe 6-7k
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After it washed ashore

Worth core charge if lucky, maybe 6-7k
That would be a lot of $ for the condition it's in.

You have to take it apart and see what condition the insides are in.
The amount of labor it will take to restore that is beyond extreme. If you havn't done that kind of work and you don't have a bead/soda blaster cabinet, air compressor, air tools, experience, etc...
Then x4 or more what you think it will cost to restore it.

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