I Purchased a classic car and found out the vin has been tampered with. Can I sue the dealership. Anything I can do?
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If it was sold by a dealership, they needed to disclose that the VIN plate was not accurate at the time of the sale. If they did not disclose that to you, you should contact the dealership to work this out. If they won't make it right, contact a Florida consumer attorney. Good luck.
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Probably not much 2 years later as there will be an equal argument that your husband or someone else could have tampered with the VIN plate. You would have to have strong evidence that the dealership did this such as sworn testimony of an involved employee at the car lot.