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Old 06-07-2010, 06:56 PM   #1
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I maybe have the chance at a M62 SC at a Bone Yard for 40 to 75 dollars? Its inside of a Buick Supercharger Car 93-94 year? What do you think would it be worth it? I have to take it out myself. Its is sitting still attached to the complete motor the guy could not tell me what was wrong with the car so let me know your thoughts? I am to call him back on the price. I saw the car and it looked ok and the SC is right there waiting on me!
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If you need one great. But the M62 isn't fetching any great money these days. Heck even once sought after Gen 3 M90'* aren't fetching money. I see them for $100-$150 all day. An M62 is like an old record. If you need one, you won't be able to fine it. When you have a spare and don't need it, you'll never be able to get rid of it.
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I would say if you can get it for $40 or less, it can sit on the shelf as a spare. however, I just did a total rebuild on yours, there'* no reason why it wont last the life of your car.
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I just didn't know if it was worth buying for that price. I just wanted some feedback on its value or want? I have no doubt Dan that your rebuild will last the life of my car. She runs so smooth and fluid like it'* a brand new unit. She fires right up and she is on the way gliding through the wind and is about as quite as can be now! The pep is back and she wants to go out driving all the time now. So excited to have my baby back to normal. Thanks once again.
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