07 2007 Bmw 328i N52 Engine Motor Oem 3.0l Inline 6 Rwd 98k Lot209 on 2040-parts.com
Inman, South Carolina, United States
This is a used engine from a 2007 BMW 328i with 98K miles
This item is in good condition, see pics and description
Engine was running properly prior to removal from the vehicle, video of the engine running can be provided upon request
According to BMW this item will also fit the 2007-2012 328i and 2008-2013 128i but please do the research yourself/confirm with your local dealer before purchasing
The manifold and ignition coils have been removed
Please inspect the pictures closely as what you see is exactly what you will receive
Donor vehicle information
Interior color Leather Dakota Beige
inventory # s3
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