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Hi everyone. In my quest to find a nicely done '57 Pontiac, I ran into another scammer. This car is dirt cheap and very nice for the money. That's the first clue. Then it's being sold by a recent window who lost her husband not too long ago. Sympathy. She is supposedly selling her house in an affluent area of MA and moving to WV. Not meaning to offend anyone, but seriously, who does that?? I sent a list of questions and my response was that her deceased husband would have been able to answer these questions, but she can't. Asked exactly where this car was located for an inspection, but haven't received an answer in 3 days. No surprises there. This guy is a true scammer. My question is, should I continue to challenge him?? I'd like to send him a message that if I knew where he lived, I'd burn his house down with him in it. Wouldn't bother me a bit. Be doing society a favor. I don't want to escalate things, but I'm so very tired of these scammers. A-holes. Always trying to steal from good, honest people. These f---s sicken me terribly, Carmine.