case study 1185
Matthew Green, age 16, signed a contract to buy a Camaro from Caruana Chevrolet.Matthew Green is the son of Mark Green, a local businessman, well known by Caruana Chevrolet.The Green family lived about six miles from the dealership.The Green family was friends with the Caruana family.Matthew Green lived about six miles from his school and about one mile from his job and used the Camaro to go back and forth to school and to work. Matthew misrepresented his age by using a false ID card which was an obvious fraud. The photo looked nothing like Matthew.
When Matthew did not have the car, he used a car pool to get to school and to work.Matthewâ€™s father drove in the car pool as did several other parents.Several months later, the used car became inoperable due to a blown head gasket and Green gave notice of his rejection of the car and of the contact to Caruana Chevrolet. Caruana Chevrolet refused to refund the purchase price.
Caruana Chevrolet had purchased this vehicle at auction for $2,500.00.The sale price to Matthew was $7,000.00.
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