Hey NS, I need your help, I purchased a car today, from this guy, I liked it, sounded nice, looked nice. it had a few things wrong with it, no power steering which he told me in advance, no headliner. But when he showed up the car had a cracked windshield, he never told me about that even when I clearly asked for everything that was wrong with it, I talked him down due to the windshield, so I went inside to sign the papers and such and hand him the money, he hands me the title I walk to the car and try to open the door but it doesn't open he then procides to show me that only the 2 back doors work, the door was left open when I first got to the car that's the reason I did not know it was busted, little after little things start falling apart. I take the blame for that I should have been more thoroug, but hey I'm only 16, and that's the other problem, you have to be 18 to buy a car, I did not know that, the guy selling the car either didn't know or didn't want to know, so technically the purchase was illegal, I now have grown a deep hate for this car because have all the things that I have found broken, I'll give a little list of everything wrong with this car...
No power steering
two front doors do not open from outside
radiater fan must manually be turned on
cluster lights hook up to cigarette lighter port
driver seat is not on the tracks
passenger rear window does roll
grill is connected by a rubber band
zip ties fuckin everywhere
smells like satan shoved a cig up his butt and farted
alignment is off
back seats won't latch
that is what I know for sure, anyways my parents are pissed and working on getting this guy to give me my money back, so do we have a legal advantag? I know I am an idiot for getting it in the first place, but I wasn't thinking, by the way it was a 1991 vw Jetta gli and I got it for $1100, should I work hard on getting my money back? Any alternate options? Helpful advice or entertaining comments will result in a +K and also this was all typed mobile and my phone is shattered so please excuse insufficient grammar/spelling God bless.