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Alright guys, unfortunately I have to relist my 3.4L v6 for sale again.
The engine was running perfectly smooth when running. Only had about 100-105k on the clock and ran like a champ. EGR valve was removed and blocked off, water pump was replaced no earlier than the end of 2004 - it was replaced while I was living in Sterling Heights and I only lived there from October 2004 to October 2006. In other words, it's only 3-4 years old.
Engine wiring harness and v6 computer come with the engine. Transmission has already been sold. I had hoped to keep the engine in the car so people could hear it running and take it for a ride but unfortunately I had a guy that put a deposit down on it so I pulled the engine out and now it's been over a month and he started out calling me saying he'll be out and then never shows up but now the only phone number I have for him rings with no answering machine and he doesn't pick up. So, it's up for sale and available immediately. I need to get this gone! I can't get my car in the garage to work on my LT1 swap until this engine is gone!
Asking $400 obo. This is a fully running engine and if yours is blown or knocking it would be a GREAT replacement. I even have printed off about 20 pages worth of instructions on how to drop an engine out from under the car that was originally for the guy who was going to buy it - if you buy the engine, you can have it too. Removal of the v6 is very easy.