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No, you are not obligated to purchase this vehicle. In order for there to be a valid and binding contract, there must be a mutual meeting of the minds on all the key elements of the transaction...i.e., "accord and satisfaction." Without the opportunity to see the car to insure that you and the dealer are talking "apples to apples" and without any written contract showing all the details of the purchase so that you can insure that the bot***** *****ne is what you agreed upon, there can be no meeting of the minds. Thus, there is no enforceable agreement and thus you are not bound and obligated.
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Yes, once the two of you moved to another vehicle, there would have actually been deemed to have terminated the original verbal agreement.
He may try to intimidate you into thinking there is a binding contract, but do not let him. He can't hold you to this. :)
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