The California "safe handgun list" is our lawmakers crowning achievement:
Back to cars:
I don't understand how the big auction houses can just look the other way and collect their fee when something as blatantly fraudulent as an odometer rollback has occurred. I'm all for caveat emptor, but I think there needs to be a limit when your ability to inspect the goods is restricted AND the vehicle is advertised to be something it is not.
Love the term Curio there. Who get's to define that?
When our last round of federal nonesense was put into effect there was an issue with the police force of a rather large city who found themselves unable to purchase ammunition as they had thought they were exempted from the new controls. They had to appeal to private citizens (very quietly) to obtain enough handgun ammunition to qualify their officers.
You would think that perhaps large auction houses would have an escrow period where the car could be gone over to determine if anything was amiss. VAS has apparently eluded the auction world