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Windy City MotorsportsMisrepresentation

I was looking for a Porsche RS America and going through a friend who is a car dealer and broker to purchase one. We found a 93 RS America being offered for at a major auction in Los Angeles. It was being sold by a bank, as a repossessed vehicle. I was quite interested in the vehicle as these are very rare cars, but the price was a bit too steep for my tastes as bidding increased given the condition and announcements of the car. Windy City Motorsports purchased the car via the internet, outbidding all of the buyers who actually attended the auction and inspect the cars prior to bidding. Windy City seemed to choose the route of bidding sight unseen on a AS-IS Porsche. While this alone comes off as a very reckless practice as car dealer that artificially inflates prices well above what they should sell, this isn't even my biggest problem with this business. They actually had to push the car through the auction block cause they said it smoked too heavily to start up. Nothing out of the ordinary if a dealer buys a vehicle with major issues to tend to, just as long as the issues was repaired or disclosed to any retail buyers. The big issue I have with this business is the blatant misrepresentation of the cars history. The biggest of which is the mileage. This vehicle was announced at auction as having an inoperable odometer and speedometer. I did a Carfax on this car and the recorded mileage over a 3 year period was stuck at 83, 330. This is a big deal as the car must be disclosed the seller as a "True Mileage Unknown" vehicle which seriously affects the its value. Windy City made no mention of this disclosure in its advertisement of this vehicle and I doubt also to the retail purchaser of this Porsche. This is not only a very unethical practice for a used car dealer but also cut and dry illegal. It shocks me that a used car dealer of this size and presence would hide such major value affecting conditions of a car they are selling. Beyond this, in their advertisement of the 1993 Porsche RS America, they claim "100% Stock & Never Raced Or Modified", when they have absolutely no idea of the car's history cause they purchased it at a car auction, and more than that it has visible modifications such as aftermarket wheels and lowered suspension. I understand car dealers maybe trying to get a buy to overlook minor issues and imperfections in selling used cars but this blatant misrepresentation of such a vehicle by this dealer is just too much to be ok with

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