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Old February 9th, 2015, 09:30 PM
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I think the buyer is having buyer's remorse.
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Old February 9th, 2015, 09:36 PM
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Open question. Who sells a 20+ year old vehicle with any reps or warrants ? I would think any vehicle of that age is sold as is where is. While I have no idea what the condition of the truck was or what the sales price was, I think this boils down to what the bill of sale said. Since financing was used I'd assume the financing entity had basic language they were looking for before splashing out a check to the seller.
Bingo; no one finances a 20 year old vehicle; buyer got pre approved and finance company rejected the paperwork. Almost guarantee this guy is bluffing because now he's on the hook for the full dollar amount and he doesn't have the dough
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Bingo; no one finances a 20 year old vehicle; buyer got pre approved and finance company rejected the paperwork. Almost guarantee this guy is bluffing because now he's on the hook for the full dollar amount and he doesn't have the dough
I think you solved the puzzle / hit the nail on the head. I know the guy paid me before getting the loan in his account. I think he borrowed from someone to close the deal. Fairly certain the loan bounced, OR he has a serious case of buyer's remorse.
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Old February 10th, 2015, 04:09 PM
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I think you solved the puzzle / hit the nail on the head. I know the guy paid me before getting the loan in his account. I think he borrowed from someone to close the deal. Fairly certain the loan bounced, OR he has a serious case of buyer's remorse.
Did you produce a bill of sale that included the clause"as is, where is" and did both parties sign it?
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Old February 10th, 2015, 04:17 PM
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Probably didn't tell the missus either. She's pissed. We've all BTDT in the past.
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Probably didn't tell the missus either. She's pissed. We've all BTDT in the past.
Agreed, but he needs to put his big-boy pants on and own his mistakes.


Cars showing up on the transporter completely unannounced had become such a regular occurrence in my world, after the first three or four times she just gave up being c*nty about it. That's called conditioning!


of course if the dude isn't carrying his weight around the house, that's a different story.
THis may sound terrible, but I've learned that marriage (after a while) has little to do with love, but everything to do with leverage.
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double dare you! and without pics, it didn't happen!
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double dare you! and without pics, it didn't happen!


If I put some bling in an envelope, I could probably tell her anything I want.
In truth though, my leverage is weak right now so I cannot oblige you this amusement this time.
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If I put some bling in an envelope, I could probably tell her anything I want.
In truth though, my leverage is weak right now so I cannot oblige you this amusement this time.

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So Shayne isn't getting his money back?
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So Shayne isn't getting his money back?

perfect!

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Agreed, but he needs to put his big-boy pants on and own his mistakes.


Cars showing up on the transporter completely unannounced had become such a regular occurrence in my world, after the first three or four times she just gave up being c*nty about it. That's called conditioning!


of course if the dude isn't carrying his weight around the house, that's a different story.
THis may sound terrible, but I've learned that marriage (after a while) has little to do with love, but everything to do with leverage.

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Probably didn't tell the missus either. She's pissed. We've all BTDT in the past.
That's why I bought all my play toys before I got married.

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THis may sound terrible, but I've learned that marriage (after a while) has little to do with love, but everything to do with leverage.
And this is why I'm divorced.
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Old February 10th, 2015, 06:42 PM
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So this is of particular interest to me from a contractual law perspective.
Speaking 100% hypothetically on any and all cases involving sale of vehicles (or any property for that matter), anyone wanting information (legal or the like) should know to NEVER post any incriminating information in a public forum. This is like friending your boss on Facebook and then posting pics of your screwing his secretary/ daughter. Don't do it.
Always consult an attorney. Always.
Now if you want the forums opinions, you're going to get a hodgepodge of crap, most of which will invariably not be great for you if it was ever to get into the plaintiff's (attorneys) hands. Online opinions always bring out the contrarians who will bring up all the points a plaintiffs attorney would love for a court to hear. And where better to obtain such "professional" knowledge and opinions on a LR than the best Defender Land Rover Enthusiast site in the world!

So with that said, hypothetically speaking (of course) for the info of the OP and others looking for assistance on "sales gone bad" how many of you have been in "bad buy" situations and what were some of the ways you dealt with it?

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Bingo; no one finances a 20 year old vehicle; buyer got pre approved and finance company rejected the paperwork. Almost guarantee this guy is bluffing because now he's on the hook for the full dollar amount and he doesn't have the dough
I beg to differ. Copley works with some guys based in CT somewhere (Putnam I think) that finance classic cars. So never say never. That's just not factually correct.
Too much speculation just leads to too much bs thrown out there.

It's none of my business but how much are these things going for these days anyway??
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Old February 10th, 2015, 07:36 PM
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I beg to differ. Copley works with some guys based in CT somewhere (Putnam I think) that finance classic cars. So never say never. That's just not factually correct. Too much speculation just leads to too much bs thrown out there. It's none of my business but how much are these things going for these days anyway??
Yep. USAA finances classic cars. Case in point, they financed $16k for a '57 Series I for me when I didn't have the cash immediately available.
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Old February 10th, 2015, 08:32 PM
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Yep. USAA finances classic cars. Case in point, they financed $16k for a '57 Series I for me when I didn't have the cash immediately available.


JJ Best also finances classic cars and I'm sure there are plenty others out there as well. It does sound like this was a finance deal gone bad...
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I guess you didn't see his original, pre-edited post.
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Just got home with a classic...400 or so miles of happyhappy ..
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