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93-95 Jeep 5.2 Engine Motor Grand Cherokee V8 Zj 242,000 1994 on

US $250.00

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States

Storks Auto Jeep Parts 610-488-1450

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We have a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee this has the 5.2 v8 engine. We drove the Jeep in the shop it ran good. The Jeep does have 242,000 miles on it. This is for the engine it is still in the Jeep so we need a deposit so we can get it out for you. We did sell the engine harness so we can not start it. This is just the engine.

Let us know if you want to come look or we can strap it to a skid if it needs to be shipped.

*anything picked up at our location or shipped to a PA address will be charged 6% sales tax

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