When a man with no place else to go buys his own car
Posted On July 20, 2021
A man with a car that he could never afford bought it from a department store and is now spending more than $500 a month to keep it.
The man, who asked not to be identified, bought the Ford Expedition in March and spent months driving it in his spare time.
But he’s been unable to find a new car for several months.
The man’s wife and daughter live in Missouri and he doesn’t have the money to buy a new one.
So he’s bought a used car that costs him $300 a month.
He also uses the car to commute from home to work and school.
He’s planning to buy another car when he gets older.
He is saving up enough money to pay off the lease on the car and to buy the $1,000 worth of repairs he needs.
“I’ve been in the car a couple of times, but I’ve never had a problem with it,” he said.
“I’ve always been happy with it.”
The man said he had a lot of problems with his car, including a broken engine and a leaking transmission.
But when he tried to fix it, he said he was disappointed with the results.
“The mechanic said, ‘Don’t worry, it’s fixed.’
I said, `What?'”‘
It’s fixed’ was his reaction when he learned he had to pay $400 a month for repairs.
The mechanic explained that because the vehicle had been in his driveway for more than six years, the vehicle was considered structurally deficient and was not considered suitable for use in a new vehicle.
The mechanic then went on to explain that he would replace the engine and transmission if he were able to find someone who could take care of them.
The dealership where the man lives, Miller’s Chevrolet, has a $2,000 deductible for vehicle repairs, but the man said they didn’t have any money for that.
Miller’s department store also has a deductible, but it is for a different vehicle, not an Expedition.
The car has a broken windshield and a cracked radiator, according to a letter the dealership sent to the man.
Miller said the car is a “tough vehicle” but said that he’s working on repairing it.