We flew to Ontario to buy a 1947 Ford Super Deluxe Business Coupe with the plan to drive it home. It was advertised as "Rust Free Original, with one repaint over 40 years ago. Recently Mechanic CERTIFIED. Safety Certificate Issued. Runs & Drives Excellent, Turn THe Key And Go." Before we started to make the venture home we ended up discovering there's mounts missing which contradicts it being mechanically certified. As shown in yesterdays video, the seller told us to legally go after the mechanic that certified it. After filming this video, we looked into the paperwork and come to find out the certificate is invalid as it was issued in 2022 and was only good for 36 days. The mechanic is no longer at fault. The car wasn't advertised or sold "as is where is", it was falsely advertised and sold as a mechanically certified car. We're just hoping that it's actually safe to drive 2,000 KM home
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