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Yes, you can sue if the seller made a material misrepresentation, intentionally defrauded you or otherwise intentionally misled you.
This is often difficult to prove, but an as is agreement doesn't isolate the seller from all liability.
Yes, you can use the recordings to any conversation which you were a party to.
If the shop will not volunteer the records, you can get them AFTER you sue by having the court clerk issue a subpoena for these records.