Virgil & Sue Klein
My friend owns a repair shop in So Cal and at least twice in the last couple of years has had cars come in for repairs that were purchased in an online auction. The pictures on line looked great and the cars were “exceptionally clean” according to the ads. They may have been clean but in each case it took over $10,000 to get the cars safe and roadworthy. If you buy a car online without seeing it first you need to have your head examined. It is still the ol’ horse trade days out there and certainly “buyer beware” applies in every case.
Oh yeah, and COMPLETE, obviously doesn’t mean complete.