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N/a - Warranty

If I bought a classic car e.g. 1990 Pug 205 GTI from a classic car dealer, would I be correct in assuming that it should come with a warranty of some sort?

Isn't there something about buying a car where you have 6 months warranty under some "sale of goods" type act?

Obviously there could be minor issues, but what if the engine failed?

Asked on 24 February 2016 by RichardN

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