Hi, I bought a secondhand car about 2 months ago. Since then, I ran into a number of issues. Firstly, the seller didn't disclose that he swapped the wheels on the car before doing a roadworthy, so I was driving on unroadworthy wheels/tyres until I took the car in to have them replaced. I spoke to the seller and he admitted doing this. I asked the seller multiple times if there was anything wrong with the car that he did not disclose. He said that the car had no problems and I will have none with it. I also noticed when looking at the car more carefully after buying it that someone had touched it up with paint in various places - but that I could deal with. I took the car to a couple of mechanics because I noticed it was having issues in first gear. The car has relatively low kilometers. Both the mechanics said that the clutch is most likely gone and needs to be replaced. I've confirmed this with a couple of other people. This will set me back $1,500 as an estimation. The car has under 80,000km so one would reasonably assume the clutch would last longer than that. I'm wondering if private sales have any recourse or if you are stuck with what you bought. The seller never disclosed the car had such issues (I'm afraid to know what else I'll discover). Should I take this as a lesson in life or pursue it under Australian Consumer Law because I worry there are many other things wrong with the car which the seller didn't disclose?