Again.... Why go through the trouble for 1100 miles? If you going to turn back the miles, turn them back to something that would actually make a difference. Just my opinion
Ok. I will calm down. LMAOHey guys u all need to calm down.
Seller bought the car decided to gut interior to install a downgraded interior then decides to sell car not fully disclosing that fact until it was brought to light.
If he was up front about it I wouldn't care.
Now the mileage seems to be an issue so again he should show a pic of what it shows now.
He did the interior swap, changed the cluster I wouldn't put it past him that there is a mileage issue and I really do hope it's just a memory thing but not knowing what the mileage is by a thousand miles or so is a bit far fetched.
Isn't the mileage recorded at the DMV when sold?
Say he put 40k miles on it since buying it from OP.
Could get more coin listing it near the mileage he bought it at rather than at 65k miles.
No assumptions being made here. It was actually the 'non disclosure' of the interior in the previous thread that made me notice this current thread. If I remember correctly, you said he didn't mention the changing of the interior but you did say he had advertised it as a 2LT instead of the 3LT that is was. That got him into the correct interior being sold, right? And I'm guessing the 3LT had a few bonus items included that the new buyer would be getting 'for free'.
To a purist, non-matching parts might be bad. To someone wanting a nice car, getting any extras for free would be good. So, one guy loves the seller and the other doesn't. Oh, well...
The supposed discrepancy in the mileage is easily explained as rounding error. Most ads give a mileage at a particular time but no one really expects it to stay that way forever, right? Test drives, time, etc change all. I'm guessing a simple question from the buyer would confirm the actual miles and that it was pretty close to what he stated (in as much as it was not registered or being driven).
The threads pretty much call out the seller as being shady and a bad seller. I'm just not sure that's entirely fair. It is definitely open to interpretation. I get that he is not your favorite seller. Can you imagine him at this point thinking that you are not his, either? It all depends on point of view.
No offense intended. Have a great night.
Good god OP. I would absolutely hate to be your neighbor.
Fact of the day... if I were to put my Shelby up for sale today. I’m in Lousiana and 2 hours from my car and won’t see it til Friday
I “ think “ it’s got like 51,000 miles.. could have 52, or 51,500.. I legit have no idea. Shit could be 53k
so if I were to say it’s got 51,000... but might actually have 51,500 how butt hurt would you be?