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2005 - 2006 Infiniti G35 Sedan Awd Engine Motor 3.5l 79k Miles Oem " Tested " on

US $1,349.99

Jamaica, New York, United States

Jamaica, New York, United States
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Brand:Infiniti Core Charge:none Placement on Vehicle:Front Type:Engine UPC:Does not apply

Up for sell a 2005 - 2006 Infiniti G35 Sedan AWD Engine Motor 3.5L 79k Miles OEM " Tested "

Take off From a 2006 G35x Sedan AWD , (3.5L, VIN C, 4th digit, VQ35DE)

This Engine will also Fit 2008 M35 AWD , 2006 - 2007 FX35 AWD 3.5L Model only !

Please Contact me with the year and model of your car first before purchase .

Fully Functional , Tested on the Car Before Take it out , normal Sign of Usage

30 Days Warranty Parts only !

We Ship by Freight to Commercial Address

 For Residential Address Extra $50 , Lift gate Service Extra $50

** Please Check Compatible year and Model Before Purchase ** 

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