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Any transaction between two individuals who are not dealers is considered an "as is" sale. It's up to the buyer to have the vehicle checked out before the purchase so don't sweat it!!
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No. First, because "as is" means exactly what it says. Second, because few people have the time or the knowledge to take you to small claims court.
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