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#1 (permalink) Old 12-14-2004, 01:20 AM
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come this febuary i will be looking to actually purchace my engine. im looking for any e36 m3 engine, i dont care if its obd1 or obd2, i can make it work.

as it stands i only have about 6k to spend but may be able to find an extra grand or two come that time. (oh its canadian funny money)...


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3.2L M3 obdI DOHC down here for @$3000. then i would have to shipp.
i may be able to talk the guy down a bit, but its the same place i bought my engine from. i havnt had a single problem with it either. runs like a champ.
it will have low mileage and be in great shape.



oh yeah, its in the LA area, and it has a 90 day Guarantee........(if its bad...it WILL break way before then.)

lemme know what u think. i was in there and i was talking about getting M3 heads, and priced the complete engine............

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Hey Mark,

What are you going to do with your old engine? Is it rebuildable?

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Originally posted by Autotechnica@Dec 14 2004, 10:16 AM
Hey Mark,

What are you going to do with your old engine? Is it rebuildable?
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gone....but i can get complete ones for $7-800.
blocks for maybe $300
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Originally posted by Speedy-325is+Dec 14 2004, 10:33 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Speedy-325is @ Dec 14 2004, 10:33 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Autotechnica@Dec 14 2004, 10:16 AM
Hey Mark,

What are you going to do with your old engine? Is it rebuildable?
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gone....but i can get complete ones for $7-800.
blocks for maybe $300
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LOL, I didn't realize your name was Mark as well. I was actually asking Furious what he was going to do with his old engine.

I'm considering a 320 motor which I found for $500. In stock form it's a dog and much worse than my 318. But in modified state, should make a decent lightweight track motor.

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HA! funny stuff.

u should get a 325 for $200 more.....then work w/that. the intake manifolds way bigger than a 328, and w/minimum mods.....beats 328's..........

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yes the engine is rebuildable. and i got a slight hookup already close to home, but im gonna keep all suggestions in mind.

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this is something im very interested also for my higher mileage 325. Furious are you going to do the swap yourself or pay to have it done?

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i think ill pay, just because time is kinda short for me come that time.

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