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Lexus LS 430, Sedan
#10 of 25 Re: Trying to dispose of '86 Toyota Camry hatchback [trishtn]
Mar 08, 2007 (10:06 am)
If you need to get rid of a car that is non-functioning, I recommend "JUNKMYCAR.com" which picked up my old beater in Milwaukee.
#11 of 25 Need to find an Audi engine
Mar 16, 2007 (11:03 pm)
Thanks everyone. At least the top end is shot and I've been counseled to either give my 1992 Audi A6 to the junk yard or find and engine. Please help? The car is immaculate in every other way and just doesn't belong at the junkyard. What should I do? Where should I go? Where can I find?
#12 of 25 Re: Need to find an Audi engine [amills]
Mar 17, 2007 (12:20 pm)
Do a google seach for import salvage yards. Should be able to find one that way.
#13 of 25 Re: Need to find an Audi engine [amills]
Mar 23, 2007 (3:15 pm)
My advise? Junk it!
It's a fifteen year old Audi.
Few cars are more troublesome. The cost of buying and installing a good used engine (if you can find one)exceed the value of the car by a lot.
Then, what will break next?
#14 of 25 Re: need Lexus salvage yard in So. California area [bigfur]
Apr 20, 2007 (10:27 am)
Here is a place you can look for almost any part for any car in your area or all over the us, canada and mexico.
#16 of 25 Re: Need to find an Audi engine [amills]
May 02, 2007 (4:49 pm)
Keep searching, try Ebay...they have been excellent in providing me resources for used engines and components. Just stay away from most junk yards, unless you personally know someone who works there. Utah truck and auto burned me on a lt1 motor, paid over 1100. dollars for this thing, was supposed to have compression of 150psi overall, this thing had burnt valves, distorted cyls....would have been lucky to avg. 50psi per cyl. wet. anyway, this is just an example of how you can get burnt.