how much should a 97 taurus gls w/no engine sell for?

automatic locks, power windows, air conditioning
no engine hehe
body in good condition
what do yall think?

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$0.10, delivered to the location of your choosing (preferably a crusher).
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Christopher Leigh wrote:

Alien Ford engine abduction maybe??????
What's the real story?
Blown or really missing?
Duratec?
BOB
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i'm pretty sure since when you start it, it suonds like a diesel, the engine got blown
the synchronizer was not screwed in properly by this guy that was helping me do it. i otld htem, it's not done right blah blah because i started it, the rpm was wacky, and they said oh no it's fine. so i think the oil pressure caused the synchronizer to pop out
and guess what happened? oil light came on, engine sounds like diesel
vulcan

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Christopher Leigh wrote:

Well, the good news is if you fixing it that its a vulcan. Plenty of 3.0's around reasonable and they rarely fail. You could probably get one from $200 to $600 if you shop around. A duratec would be MUCH more expensive. Changing it is another matter.
If you sold if for parts, it would be $200 to $500 complete depending on condition. Hell, i would buy it for that much if it was close to Nebraska.
BOB
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yeah i know the synchronizer drives a gear that drives the oil pump my uncle is an ASE certified transmission specialist. he drove it. when i told him there was something wrong, he said reset the computer and i'll drive it around. and then he sent it home

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Christopher Leigh wrote:

If you shop around, you should be able to get a 3.0 for under $500. There are so many around, and the fact they rarely fail puts you in the drivers seat to deal on one. There even on Ebay from time to time. A duratec is another matter. You might also watch your local papers for people selling parts off of a freshly wrecked car. What part of the country are you in?
BOB
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live in Lubbock, TX (South Plains) was be scared be very afraid of a junk motor b/c it might not pass emissions
need to keep this car at least 3 years it is the 3.0 vulcan thanks for your help

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