Purchasing a used car has always been something that comes with its fair share of trial and error. This is especially apparent when it comes to the modified performance car market because you never truly know what exactly somebody has done to their vehicle and how that’s going to affect the way that it drives and performs. Now, that isn’t to say that you should be afraid of the secondhand performance car market, however, you should expect to be ready to maybe spend a little bit of time or money straightening things out if you find a car with aftermarket modification done to it.

As it turned out for the new owner of the Chevrolet Camaro, it would turn out that the new owner would run into that exact situation, finding the car’s weak points just moments into purchasing the vehicle. Because the car had an insurance reader on it, that would mean that he wouldn’t be able to go full throttle during the test drive, definitely something that would be understandable, however, before long, he would go on to learn that maybe he would’ve liked to go all out during the test drive, after all, because as soon as he got into it a little bit, well, things just went south pretty quickly.

If you follow along in the video below, you’ll learn about some of the trials and tribulations that you might just go through if you were to purchase a vehicle like this one. At the end of the day, I guess that what this guy went through could’ve been a lot worse but also, it would be nice to be able to just purchase a car and go driving without having to worry too much about what’s wrong with it and how much money you’re going to have to immediately spend on it to make it right.

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