Resolved New England Classic Car Co. — Deceptive practice
Original estimate to restore a 62 TR3 was mid $20, 000.00 Ended up at $31, 000.00 plus. Supposed to get all leftover spare parts. Used 2 tr3's to complete one restored TR3. Left overs included engine, trans, hard top wire wheels all dash instruments and lots more. When I asked them to be shipped to me I was told they were all junk except I was told the hard top was sold for $500.00 and applied to car. Hard top actual value $1000.00 to 1500.00 per NE Classics. Original owners denied spare parts were junk. When car was delivered differential leaked oil. Rt rear brake leaked fluid. Short in electrical system. Wipers, tail lights turn signals brake lites all inop. Rt front tire flat. No heater. Just a big empty space behind the dash. other items missing. Nicks and scratches in paint too numerous to count. But the best is the license plate lite. They used one from a different year and model. It didn't fit so they bolted a piece of metal to the trunk and bolted the light to it. Any time I asked a question they didn't like they hung up on me. Buyer BEWARE!!!
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