Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
2005 marked the end of production in the North American market for the Chevrolet Cavalier vehicle series in the GM company. Consumers hoping to find a source to buy used parts compatible with the Chevy vehicle brand can now use the preownedengines.com website. 1990 Chevy Cavalier used engines are now for sale.
The motors that have been located from distributors and now positioned for immediate sale to consumers includes the four-cylinder and V6 designs. The upgraded 2.2 OHV motors and the 3.1 LH0 V6 can be purchased with a sale price that is under average second hand units found on the Internet.
"The specialization in the Chevy engines brand has helped our company to focus on providing the most current and classic edition motors for sale online," said a sales rep for the PreownedEngines.com company.
The removal of the Cavalier from production in the U.S. has complicated some parts acquisitions by used vehicle owners. Because local parts stores rarely sell complete motors, some consumers buy from auction companies or junkyards although can find quality issues. The 2.2 and 3.1 Cavalier engines for sale are fixed with warranty protection at the Preowned Engines website.
"Buying any motor through our website provides a person with a three-year policy that protection 90 percent or more of the OEM components," said the sales rep.
The Preowned Engines website is now a national auto resource for buyers of used motor vehicle engines to access daily. A new team of support professionals has joined the service team to fulfill price quote requests by phone and through the secure web system.
The PreownedEngines.com company sells used condition motors direct to any consumer or commercial vehicle components buyer from its North American website. The company network now includes hundreds of separate supply agencies in the engines business. The PreownedEngines.com company has a direct quotation platform that is used to display company prices and other content to the public entirely on the Internet. All services can be reviewed by consumers who use the homepage or call the appointed toll-free line.