Hello, Was hoping for a little help. I have recently had my car for sale. I also had an interstate buyer call interested from Vic. I'm from NSW. It was a 1997 WRX with low k's, 98k. Weeks before listing for sale, I had it blue slipped and registered in NSW and also a wheel alignment, a major service/timing belt oils, as the car only had 98k and hadn't been used by the previous owner for 12 years. I the listed for sale so I didn't give someone a bad car. I had maybe 15-20 photos of the car's sides bonnet, back, etc., to show as much as I could. Anyway, the interstate buyer rang and talked about about the condition, etc., but the main topic was the price naturally. I dropped the price from $13000 to $11000 with no registration or RWC, etc., as he's in VIC and an NSW registration won't be valid. He was trying to decide whether to come pickup the car or get it shipped. I suggested picking it up as it's a good drive. He decided to not come and see the car and asked for a few more photos, so I took under the engine photos as good as I could and a few others he wanted apart from the ones I already had listed. He was happy to buy it and then transferred money. I cancelled the registration and got some of that money back. A little past a week later, he rang and said this isn't the car he bought, etc., and said it's been in an accident and won't pass roadworthy, etc., and claims the exterior isn't what I said. I had more photos than you could imagine and he asked for more in email. It passed NSW rwc and wheel alignment and we are strict. Now my position: I currently have no job. I sold the car for money. I've spent over half of the money, so it's impossible to refund. He said his family friend is a lawyer and she's like a dog with a bone, whatever that means. Any help would be great.