I’m located in Ohio i sold my 2000 F350 Diesel to a gentleman in Louisiana. He flew up Thursday morning, purchased the truck , drove it home on Thursday afternoon. he had roughly a 20 straight hour, one direction drive ahead of him so he hit the road Asap. he claimed he had a weeding to get to by Friday night. So that was why he drove the truck straight through to Louisiana no problems or anything occurred he got There safe and sound. But He then texted me 5 days later saying He wants to do the deal back? He then said that He not a diesel mechanic but He ‘himself’ Tore apart the dash and pulled the dash & cluster out himself and claimed to pull some bulb out of the cluster? He then said he replaced that bulb because it looked blowed.? Ok stop right there now he is not no certified mechanic by no means. The only work EVER done on this truck was only done by a certified diesel mechanic. I have all receipts of everything done & The dash has NEVER been touched until he claimed on doing so? text messages prove that. Also signed a AS IS bill of sale. Don’t want scammed out of my hard earned dollar and I’m not taking a truck back that someone admits to messing with? NEED ADVICE can pay
The law is "Buyer Beware". I wouldn't want to take it back after he ripped it all apart and did who-knows-what to it. I also don't think it's very likely that he's,going to come back to Ohio to sue you for it. But don't ignore it if he sues you there.
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