Q: I want to buy a car but it has a blown head gasket, is it worth it.

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I am considering buying the car described above, but I have been told that it has a blown headgasket, how much would this cost to fix?

My car has 150000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A rough estimate to replace head gaskets would be in the $2800 to $3200 range for parts and labor depending on damage and parts needed.

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