ANyone that says you cannot take a car to an inspecting mechanic prior to a sale being complete is hiding something. Period. Once he has your money in hand, it will be a challenge to get it back.
Find another car.
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It would be valid evidence but the question is will you be able to get your money. If the mechanic does not have much money and he does cheat you, it does not make a difference what the contract says, you will be out your money. If he will not let you take the car to be inspected, you are asking for trouble. That is a huge red flag.
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Mr. Deasy is correct. The seller sounds sleazy. There are plenty of cars out there. Purchase one from a more reputable seller.
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