Look: Selling a jeep with severe frame damage is one thing. Taping up that frame and spray painting it to conceal damage is something entirely different. At the very least, this is fraud. This could very well be criminal, not just a civil lawsuit.
hey smack! really, i love when people talk about laws and lawyers who have NO ****ING CLUE!!! In private sells, its the buyers responsibility to inspect the vehicle prior to taking possession, i dont care if he duct taped whatever and painted whatever, guess what, she made a mistake by not going over the jeep herself, otherwise it wouldnt be a problem.
Fraud, are you joking? Do you know what fraud is? Do you watch the stuff like judge judy and all that, i bet you do! Its not fraud, there was no legal sales agreement written up as far as "vehicle condition" and other papers that would be needed.
And last but not least, she asked bout fixing or selling, so shut your un-educated mouth bout the subject. Sue happy people like you are what is ruining this country, and the lawyers and judges that allow these bull**** lawsuits.
Yes it certainly is repairable, i would say buying those replacement pieces from Q-tec is one thing then figure bout 200 in welding cutting time and you should be ok.
BUT STOP B4 you spend that money, take a screw driver and small hammer and check the entire rest of your frame, tapping all sides, then make decisions! Dont want to spend 500 on fixing that section to find more hidden scum BS!
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