HOW MUCH CAN I SELL A 1996 FORD EXPLORER THAT NEEDS A TRANS MISSION BUT HAS A GOOD MOTOR
Doesn't sound too promising....you gotta get a used one from a boneyard, cheap labor (case of beer) puttin' it in, and sell it for market value....you don't wanna rip yourself off....even if it means employing a couple of homeless or home depot laborers to save money~
In LA they built shades and benches for the day laborers at Home Depot. Then in our ultra conservative Kern County the powers that be decided they had to stay off the premises and 100 feet away from the entrance. They are looking for work, not a hand out. What a difference 200 miles makes. Which of course has nothing to do with your question pookie, I tend to agree it has limited value, depending on the condition of the body, tires, and interior.
Bought a 96 new. Your tranny probably nly requires a torque converter.
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