Car’s with AC, offered for sale, stating the following: “Just needs a recharging”. If that’s truly all it needed, who would NOT address that issue prior to the sale? If it isn’t functioning, there is either a leak or another potentially expensive issue. Just state “AC not working”. Irritating. Just my 2cts.
Me too. I had to laugh the other day when I was reading a magazine article and they touted a car as “all original” just a few lines after stating it had been repainted and had a replacement engine block, or some-such. I guess my requirement for the phrase “all” is more strict than some folks’?
When someone states that their car is 100% rust free and original. But then they go on to say that the floor pans, rails, torque boxes, wheel houses, quarters, doors, fenders, hood, etc. all have been replaced. Wouldn’t the description below be more correct?
Yes, my car was super rusty. In retrospect, I don’t know why I fixed it. But now I have more money invested in it than the car could ever be worth. And the quality of all that metal repair is questionable. So now I am dumping the car on someone else so I can cut my losses.