No we are not a dealership we are a Building and surfacing company and we was selling one of our own vehicles.
Yes he did and was aware of the faults as he advised them. he still wished to purchase the vehicle. He noted the alleged problem with the tyre and gearbox.
The Buyer paid for the vehicle before delivery. When we delivered the vehicle he advised of the faults he had found. I did advertise with good gearbox and tyres as we was unawre of any faults until he advised them.
He called me and advised the problems but said" they are small problems and he was happy with the vehicle"
This was a 20 year old vehicle sold at a cheap price to sell. Approx £3000 below normal book price
We didnt sell the vehicle intentionally with the faults he pointed them out when it was delivered. He contacted me while the carriers were there and he could of refused delivery and we could of brought the vehicle back , but he was happy with the sale at this point.
As far as we were concerned they were as we had been using the vehicle ourselves and had not been advised of any faults. The driver had not advised any faults and they have to fill in a defect sheet every day and these faults were never advised to us. So when I advertised it we was NOT aware of any problems.
The cost was total of £900 incl vat as we are in suffolk and he is in Bristol.
Many thanks for your help
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