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GM 3100 60° V6 Engine

began producing the 60° V6 engine in 1980, as a 2.8 liter (173 cubic inches) iron-head engine. In 1993, the aluminum-head 3100 (3.1 liter) went into production. Its configuration was an iron engine block, a single cam-in-block pushrod layout with aluminum heads. Production for china stopped in 2010, while the rest of the world saw its production end in 2005.

3100 SFI Engine Rev (2001 Pontiac Grand Prix)