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gruntmarine1
    
What avenue's to approach when a (bonded/insured) classic car dealer mis-represenated a vehicle
I recently bought a 1972 Chevrolet pickup/streetrod listed on oldride.com and even though I did buy the truck as is, the dealer had advertised a new motor/components/shocks/rear-end etc. That was not the case and all of these items have been replaced with receipts/mechanic's reports etc. Question What are my legal avenues?

Thanks Jim C.
posted: September 16, 2008
 
    
 
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spudder
    
did you inspect the vehicle yourself or buy it site unseen? i got burned one time from a vehicle on ebay the seller claimed the car had NO rust, when I got it, the inner trunk pans were rusted out, my definition of "rust" was alot different than his! whenever I am serious about something now I get loads of pictures and only after I am satisfied with it do I pay nowadays. have you tried working it out with the seller? Im not a laywer but im sure you can get a free consulation.
posted:  September 16, 2008
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pontiacsd
    
Have you tried approaching the seller and requesting a partial refund or working out some middle ground on the issue? If they refuse to budge, then get the laywers involved...
posted:  September 16, 2008
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nomadsrule
    
File a claim with the BBB,& with the Dept. Of Revenue,they may take away his dealers license,or refuse to renew it for the upcoming year.
posted:  December 1, 2008
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