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Thread: Beware of streetrodder37 - He's a liar

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    Beware of streetrodder37 - He's a liar

    So I contact streetrodder37 out of Pennsylvania and in his ad it states "numbers matching" so in our initial conversation I ask the question if it is in fact "numbers matching" and his response is: "I purchased it out of an estate sale we checked engine trans and rear #s they are matching to the car" so we go back and forth negotiating and come to an agreement on price and I tell him "I will be checking numbers so please don't waste either of our time" and now his response is: "thats what i was told and have no reason to dought the one i got it from". So buyer beware he is a liar.

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    Sorry the ad in question is actually posted under his alias of "kodiakid"

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    So, do you know it is NOT numbers matching? Did you ask him to personally verify the numbers and send you pictures? If he won't, then you can say he is possibly a scammer. Did you tell him you are posting on this forum, so he can defend himself, if he wants to?

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    I didn't call him a scammer, I called him a liar. He told me they checked the engine, trans and rear #'s and they were matching to the car. Then it became "he was told" that it was numbers matching. Is that not a lie??

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    Sorry. I did not say you said he was a scammer. I said you could call him a scammer if he did not follow thru with a request to verify the numbers. Either way, you have a case to be upset with the guy.

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    No scam only a seller you can't trust. Allways verify numbers yourself,thats the only sure way.
    IF YOU CAN'T TAKE THE TIME TO DO IT RITE, DON'T DO IT.

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    I wouldn't trust a thing he said. He flips cars so fast he can't know anything about them. Every motor is "fresh", every tranny is "fresh" yeah right!

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    you lost some time, no money thats a good thing, got your side of the story now maybe we will hear his.

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    you are the liar i told you the roadrunner was matching #s thats what was told to me when i got the car and i even had the build sheet to it you just wanted to steal the car for nothing and it didnt work out for you if any body is a scammer its you

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    here we go, now we are cooking.


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