No, run like all get out from them. The V6 OHV aluminum head engines have notoriously bad head gasket issues on the V6 engines and the repair is almost always more then the blue book value of the car to repair the engine. Be very wise and don't do it unless you have an independent friend mechanic that tells you it's a good deal, without any head gasket or cooling fan system issues. This means - (cooling system pressure tested, variable speed electric cooling fan module tested and operational, and the spark plugs removed from the OHV aluminum heads for a head gasket / OHV valve leak-down compression test done). You are looking at about $2500+ for a low mile used junk yard engine core installed if you get a lemon so buyer beware! There's a reason you don't see many of them on the road and why you can find really nice ones that have been sitting for a long time. Once they overheat the aluminum heads are trashed, a simple 25 mile drive at 70+ MPH will usually disclose the cooling system issue if there is one once the engine is up to top engine load operating temperatures. It's very common for the radiator cooling fan variable speed control module to go bad on them and only work in the default slow speed, then not ramp up speed with temperature under high engine loading conditions.