By Law, you must register a vehicle where you live and use it the most.
The currency exchange differs between buy and sell as you know.
You're just kidding yourself.
Of course I dont have proof of the purchase price. The 7k pounds difference has no record.. DUH.
But I know the previous owner of the car could have easily got MUCH more than PP claims to have bought it for, from one of several dealers.
Why would the owner sell it for 22k pounds, when he could make one phone call and get at least 25k?
Them's the facts. Like it or not.
i see you didn't actually address my post. i guess you wouldn't, would you? i think you might be so incensed with me that you can no longer separate fact from fiction. i just showed you what the car cost using YOUR figures. I actually paid for the car in aussie $$ using the conversion rate i stated. Are you able to comprehend that? We agreed on a price, I used the 48.5 conversion (so did customs btw for whatever reason) and I paid him LOCALLY in aussie $$....i just don't know how else i can spell that out for you.
by the way......if that's what you call "proof", then I might start telling a few more stories about you based on that sort of proof. lol @ "But I know the previous owner of the car could have easily got MUCH more than PP claims to have bought it for, from one of several dealers." and now this "Why would the owner sell it for 22k pounds, when he could make one phone call and get at least 25k?"
You do realise there are only two people who really know......but that's not the point...what matters is the final registered on the road cost including stamp duty, as per the poll previously, and that's $20k less than you said was the possible....using YOUR figures.
there you go fellas.....proof indeed! *sigh*
Phil, i think you need to do two things.
1. go back to school.
2. go to anger management classes with your dad.
poor phil...what an angry, small minded and petty man.
I love my car. Buy your own