They are saying that there was something wrong with the engine. Yes, we have a copy of the contract.
The contract says sold as is with no faults. We thought the engine was fine. They NEVER asked about the engine before signing the contract.
Not sure you got this….the contract reads…the purchaser agrees to purchase this vehicle for the purchase price shown provided the vehicle was found to be as recommended. That before settling for this vehicle checks the serial # XXXXX the vehicle with those on the title, to check the actual condition of the vehicle with it's description and with the recommendation if any that upon making settlement in cash or check consider the transaction full consummated. Does this make a difference?
No additional info about as recommended. They say extensive issues with lower half of engine.
Do you still recommend that I get an atty. Monday AM. ?
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