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Used engines and prices


Created On Wednesday November 20, 2013 03:39 Diesel Talk
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exhaustgases
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I'm real curious why the prices of old engines are so high? I thought there were certain EPA restrictions placed on use of the older engines in the various industries.
Some of the prices I see in the ads on here are just unbelievable. I'd really like to know if there is that great of demand for old used and rebuilt engines.
Also I'm suprized that there are so many 2 cycle engines such as EMD and Detroit in the ads and priced so high. So what is the deal. Thanks
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