I sold an older vintage type car. The buyer was interstate I strongly suggested they look at the car and they sent an expert who spent 2 hours inspecting the car while on the phone with the potential buyer. He inspected the motor and started the car, advised the buyer the motor was perfect. I told the inspector to tell the buyer everything he considered was wrong with the car. I didn't mind, so he did. The buyer elected to purchase the car. After it arrived, he wasn't happy and wanted me to pay for the return trip from interstate to Victoria and return his money. I wasn't willing to do this. I gave him an invoice which stated, "purchased as inspected with all faults, if any", which he accepted and then paid for the car. I reluctantly offered $2000 for him to have repairs to the motor (which the inspector advised was perfect, a few days before it reached the purchaser.) He is threatening to visit my home with an older person to resolve this and also other texts which I consider are threats. I am aware I could take out an AVO. His latest threat is to take legal action against me in a civil court in NSW. Could you please help if this is possible when he purchased the car from Victoria. Please keep in mind, the car is 60 years old.