I've had the car for 6/7 years and was never aware of its dark secret.
Has the winner got grounds to refuse it especially as he bid Ã‚Â£300 for it with Tax and MOT.
As I understand Cat C it is quite ok to repair and sell after inspection.
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Tourerfogey wrote:Ask yourself if you would have bought it 6 - 7 years ago had you known it was Cat C . . .
rovernut wrote:Agreed to sell to second best bidder. He has no problem with Cat C for common sense reasons.
I can't describe a car as Cat C if I didn't know about it( as you say TF.)
So if you sell a car with HGF and don't know, are you saying they can ask for their money back if bought as seen tried and tested from a private seller?
Surely technically they should check first for Cat C etc via HPI before they bid?
JohnDotCom wrote:I call it a cop out Duncan,
they know but state in small print you have to declare or you are not insured.
Bought back my Rover 600ti and repaired it and insured with payout company, when I tried to claim for screen at a later date told policy void for non disclosure.
Work that one out.