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4.3L V6 out of 85 Chevy S10

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by afroman006, Dec 28, 2004.

  1. afroman006

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    I dont know if it runs or not but am prety sure it will. I dont know the mileage. Automatic tranny available with it too. I can provide wiring and whatever else you need or want. $150 for just the engine, $200 with tranny. Price are OBO. If you have any questions, lemme know. thx
     
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    I don't think that 4.3s came in 85s, unless it was swapped in. Are you sure that it is not a 2.8?
     
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    4.3's didnt start untill 87. I found that out after I bought my 86. :frown1:
     
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    87

    And to complicate matters even further, my 1987 S10 has the 2.8 not the 4.3
     
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    They still put 2.8s in all the way to about 91 or 92.
     
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    O. Well its a V6 so I just assumed it was a 4.3. My bad. So anyone interested in whatever it is?
     

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