I just put a new head on my 94 Metro with 97000 miles on it. I would say yes if the car has been good till now, but the main thing is the cost, I do all my on work so I'm out just the money for parts. My other ride is a F-150 4x4 that gets about 12 mpg on a good day going down hill with a tailwind. I drive 90 a day for work so you can guess the gas savings will pay off the parts I bought in less that a month. TedsToys
That depends entirely on how much you value the car.
yeah depends on miles the car is rare hard to get ahold of
General condition of vehicle? Can you replace vehicle for the amount of repair? Do you like vehicle?
A used head gasket is not worth anything, because it cannot be reused.
It depends on the year, make, model, mileage and general condition of the vehicle. Consult a trusted mechanic.
A few things you have to look at- How old is the car? Except for the bad head gasket, does the car operate OK? How many miles are on the car?? These are things you have to decide what you will do.
You usually will want to get an estimate in order to determine if your car is worth fixing. Many times, if it is your engine, it is not going to be worth fixing.
Depends on what engine it is. You can bet you have done some serious damage. Probably enough to make it not worth repairing. You will only know for sure by opening it up and looking at all parts.
I believe so
What is wrong with it?
How much is a 1983 chevy truck worth?