Yes in pristine shape which is no dents good paint and interior and in running condition at most probably $4500 if you sold the truck and thats the very high end of the price range most go for the $1500-$2500 price range. There not collectible and they were fleet trucks so theres tons of them out there which really drives down the price unfortunately. If you need it $5000 for a motor is not unheard of but if its just a trash hauler id considered a used engine with low miles from a scrapyard it will probably nock a couple thousand of that repair bill but unless you have the means to do it yourself labor will kill you. The last 2 motors i swapped at work were billed about 10 hours at $85/hour it adds up fast. The rebuilt 2.9l I'm looking at for my brothers truck is $1905 from a local builder were only doing it because we found a rare Ranger GT more desirable for a 16 year old but a scrapyard motor will probably be around $700-$900.
Also rebuilt is a common misconception that is just the long block so there quoting you the engine plus whatever other odds and ends have to be added such as water pump and accessories that may or may not have to be replaced some parts from the old motor can be reused but some have to be replaced to validate the rebuilt motors warranty thats where a lot of the price comes from its not quite as easy as just dropping it in and going. Hope the info helps you make a decision!
New DD-2009 Ford Mustang GT/CS candy apple red.
(sold)2003 XLT Tan 3.0L V6 5-speed, Lots of mods.
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