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Old 05-15-2019, 09:36 PM
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Default Another thread putting SRT6 motor in N/A

Good evening!

So I know this horse has been beat to death, but my situation is slightly different. I have an alabaster 04 N/A and I've got a buddy who is a dealer. He called me from an estate sale asking if I still had my crossfire. I do, although it sees less than 1000 miles a year anymore. Then an amazing thing happened. He told me he picked up a SRT6, unwrecked, from an estate sale and he's letting me have it for 1200 dollars American. It's got 60k and runs, but the interior is trashed. It's being sold for parts to me and I'm wanting to upgrade the N/A with the SRT engine. Anyway, I see a lot of threads of guys with just engines and transmissions doing swaps, but I figured I have an advantage having the whole car. I'm going to get it next week and I'll try to keep this thread updated because there isn't any great details I could find for anyone doing this.

If anyone has any advice for me up front, I'm all ears. I still haven't completely ruled out fixing up the SRT using the interior from my N/A but we'll see. Thanks and hopefully my fumbling through this helps some people out
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