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Diesel input requested...

Discussion in 'PA- Keystone Cruisers' started by elk, Feb 4, 2018.

  1. jpsfj60

    jpsfj60

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    Offer them 10,000. Then put a 1hdt in it!! This BJ73 is super clean and not rusted at all. I
    have seen it in person and have taken it for a test drive.. Its really sad about the diesel motor that
    is in this BJ. I still want this 70 series really bad but don't have a 1htd to put in her and they are
    firm on that 18g price.. Almost traded my 1991 e34 M5 for this cruiser. They didn't want to in the
    beginning when I went to see it. They did some research on my M5 and then they wanted to.
    I did some research on the VM motor and said NO.. Also was schooled by Chris S. on the VM BJ's..
     
  2. dci blair

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    That M5 has got to be worth a chunk. We have a customer with a really nice one.
     
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  3. rubicondon53

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    I just stumbled upon this thread. My 02 cents may be a little late in coming, however. That 2.5 Motori engine is the same as Chrysler was using in the Liberty back in 03/4/5 or so. We had one, it performed flawlessly until the 85k mile mark, just out of warranty. The Bosch CP high pressure fuel pump failed. $4,000 repair. No help from Chrysler at all.. None...... That fuel pump, unless abused somehow, is supposed to last the lifetime of the engine. Such a shame that Chrysler lost #3 and beyond generations of a "Chrysler" family.... In my opinion, the motori 2.5 litre is junk.