Chevy LS3 Engines Reduced in Price at Used Motor Company Website

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Chevy LS3 used engines are now now reduced in sale price through the national inventory at the company at

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The Y-body design was updated after the LS3 was created making it easier to install larger motors in Chevrolet sports cars

The Corvette and Camaro have each relied on the power level found in the LS3 engine block in the U.S. market over the past decade. The company is now announcing its reduction in sale price for all used LS3 engines for Chevy sports cars this year. All information about this new sale is found at

General Motors introduced its LS3 block in the year 2008 for its C6 Corvette. The larger 6.2L displacement was one of the features of this powerful V8 motor. Because there is still a demand for coupe and convertible replacement motors, the company is including the used LS3 motors inside of its inventory that is now shipping across the country.

"The Y-body design was updated after the LS3 was created making it easier to install larger motors in Chevrolet sports cars," said one source.

Because the 6.2L V8 used motors that are now on sale this year fit into the Pontiac and the Chevy brands, more people will be able to locate a quality replacement version. The immediate price reduction that is found through a purchase of the used blocks at the POE website is reflected during the checkout process online.

"We're now helping to process orders for motors on our website and through use of our nationwide toll-free phone lines," the source included.

The Preowned Engines company has added new team members to its consumer support staff to start 2015. These professionals can now be reached at 1-866-320-1065 in the U.S. The web ordering center that is also active can now be used by a mobile device user when ordering any used condition vehicle motors.


The company offers the public a simple search process for locating used condition motor vehicle motors on the web. The company now lists the actual inventory of its supply companies that can be explored daily. The company provides its own support services by phone, web contact form and e-mail to any person with questions before buying second hand vehicle motors in the U.S.

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