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Old 09-27-2008, 12:29 AM   #1
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Default 2000 Miata engine Part Out! Reasonably Priced Stuff inside!

2001 intake manifold $100 obo

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Old 09-29-2008, 10:40 AM   #2
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I'm suprised! I've seen these 99/00 heads go for a premium. This is a bolt on and go type of deal. I guess I'll take offers even though my asking price is lower than most I've seen.
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It's a fine price considering everything that is included. I think lack of sale is more economy related than anything else.
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It's a fine price considering everything that is included. I think lack of sale is more economy related than anything else.
That makes sense. You will get better gas mileage with this swap. Very economcal investment in these trying times.
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Gas mileage doesn't mean squat when you can't find gas to start with. lol

Free bump! Good luck with the sale!
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FWIW, I sold a 99 head for $450
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FWIW, I sold a 99 head for $450
With intake mani, fuel rail, throttle body, etc?
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Gas mileage doesn't mean squat when you can't find gas to start with. lol

Free bump! Good luck with the sale!
I have cousins who live in GA. I've heard stories. That must be nuts. Good thing I just picked up a new Daily Driver. SVO conversion FTW. Don't think peanuts will be going on strike anytime soon.


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I wish I could find an old merc diesel that clean down here :( they are all pealing and faded to hell.
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Hey Mike, the Benz should be more appropriately named your "Only Driver".
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Weve had a couple of those Mercs. 0-60 in....2 mins for the non turbo ones but the ride, safety, comfort and handling are awesome.
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Weve had a couple of those Mercs. 0-60 in....2 mins for the non turbo ones but the ride, safety, comfort and handling are awesome.
I would have to agree with you on your entire statement except for one thing. What are you basing your "awesome" safety rating on? The total lack of abs,tcs, or air bags or are you basing it on the fact that it's solid steel and would have sank the titanic if the got into a fender bender with it? LOL

Oh ya... Keeping the Lot and swapping it in. Sorry guys you missed out.
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