A few months ago I was talking to a friend who is an engine specialist.
I mentioned that I would be interested in seeing what he had to say about engine parts.
The topic of engines for sale came up.
I am not a big fan of buying engines.
It is just not my cup of tea.
The answer I got was to go back to my previous answer and ask him if he had any recommendations.
He looked at me blankly for a second and then responded: “Yes, I would like to hear how you got an engine that you can drive”.
I was shocked.
I have always had a soft spot for engines that are easy to drive, have a good power-to-weight ratio, and that they are easy on the environment.
The engine that I was considering, the 6.2L Ford Focus RS V6, is not one of those engines.
Its got an average fuel economy of 23mpg on the highway, and only gets an average of 4mpg when operating on empty.
But it does have a 5.0L V8 in the back.
If you ask a lot of questions about engines, the answer you will get is usually something along the lines of: the engine has a bad valve or the valve may not be seated properly, there may be a bad block or oil seal, the oil may leak, the intake manifold may be leaking oil, there is a bad carburetor, or maybe the intake valves are worn out and need to be replaced.
The biggest issue I have had with buying engines for my car is that the engine is just too much work to do.
This is not a problem with the engine itself, as most of the work is in the parts and the installation.
It’s a problem of the parts.
I remember when I first bought my first car, I did the job of replacing the valve.
It was the first job I had done and it took me almost two years to get the valve replaced.
A couple of years later, I had the valve installed, and I spent another two years on the job.
My car, which I loved, was sitting in a garage, in a warehouse, for a couple of months, when the new valve was installed.
It took me a while to get used to it, and the job wasn’t exactly glamorous.
I went through all the parts to install the new engine, and it was all done in one afternoon.
The whole job was so straightforward, it was a joy to do and I would have never done it again.
This makes it hard to justify buying engines, especially when you are buying an old engine that is sitting in the garage.
However, it’s the other engine that has the potential to be a life-saver.
I just purchased my first engine.
Its a 9.3L Audi RS 5.2.
I bought it as a replacement for my last engine.
It comes with a stock engine that had been running for about 10 years, but it was being serviced.
I had already been looking for an engine to replace my car engine, so I decided to go with a 9mm carbureted engine.
I decided that the stock engine would be too old and rusty to do the job and I needed to replace it.
I got the engine serviced and installed the engine, then I went to the dealership and bought the engine.
Now, my car had been sitting in my garage for about a year, and for years.
When I got my car to work, it worked very well.
I was very happy with the performance.
It runs great, and is very reliable.
My friend who bought the car was very impressed.
I don’t know why I bought a 9-cylinder engine, but I did.
It could have been the same car that I had been looking at for a long time.
The engine is pretty much stock.
I purchased the new carburettor from Ford.
I didn’t bother to take it apart to find out what was wrong.
I put the carburetors on the engine and took them off.
There were no problems, and my car runs very well now.
I did notice that the fuel pump was getting really hot, and was starting to make a mess.
It started making a lot more noise, so that was a bit of a problem.
I looked at the oil pan, and noticed that there were oil leaks around the engine block, and then noticed that the oil filter was leaking.
I figured that maybe it was leaking and had to replace the oil.
It made a lot better noise, and didn’t leak as much.
The carburetted engine has had a good life, and seems to be in good shape.
I think the engine should have been serviced a few years ago.
The last engine I bought was a 9V-6.
I replaced it with a 4-cyl.
The 4-valve is much