Discussion in 'Late Bay Classifieds' started by Stan, Mar 1, 2013.
I like the banana shaped sill under the slider especially
Maybe thats why the winning bidder split , Sorry
I like how the seller is going to make the buyer sign a disclaimer so they are buying a 'collection of parts'.
I notice they mentioned the fuel gauge not working. Is that a pretty common problem as Daisy is either full or empty .... With lots of waving needle action in between!?
That's funny. I'd tell him to shove it where the sun don't shine!
They don't want to work on it, they want to move it on so no warrenty - sounds fair enough to me, they're just saying it is what it is.
you cant expect a warrenty on such an old motor , not from any dealer
I wouldn't expect a warranty. That wouldn't mean I'd sign a receipt saying I'd bought a collection of parts....
It would. By law all dealers must offer a 3 month warrenty on all vehicles sales. Calling it parts is a away to avoid it. You don't have to buy it after all.
Good job I'm not in the market then as I wouldn't sign it.
Why? It's straightforward why they want this. I could find £1,000 of work to do on most campers at that price and they wouldn't want you to keep coming back until they were running at a loss, they may as well give it away! It could be never ending. Dealers try to buy cars that just need a polish and won't go wrong or it costs them time and money. This doesn't fit that business model, so it's parts. Simple. If I was in the market I'd be hoping lots like yourself would be put off and snap up a bargain (if it was one).
Why? Because if I'm going to buy a vehicle I want a purchase receipt for a vehicle, not a collection of parts.
On the grand scale of things it may be un-important but it would put me off buying it. I'd happily sign a "no warranty" document but not something that makes out its something its not.
OK see your point.
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