is probably detailing...
If your leather looks as cracked as that brand new I feel sorry for you. That leather is HAGGARD!! Also look at the pics of the interior doorhandle, the plastics all scratched to shit.... for a one of a kind concept vehicle that thing is beat.What wear and tear are you guys seeing? I can't really tell from the pics but it looks to be in good shape. I know flashes screw leather up, my brand new leather seats look weird when a flash hits them. But in reality they havn't even been sat in yet.
B/C it was a concept it has no title, oddly though it shows a picture of a vin. Basically that clause is there b/c you can't legally register the car to drive on the street... theres no documentation a like title or anthing other than the engineering notes you get with it.Also why do you figure this clause is in there?
THIS VEHICLE IN ITS CURRENT STATE CANNOT BE TITLED OR LICENSED, AND MAY NOT BE DRIVEN ON PUBLIC ROADS OR HIGHWAYS. PURCHASER UNDERSTANDS THAT NO CERTIFICATE OF TITLE WILL BE PROVIDED. SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY.
Notice how the VIN ends in EX? That means its an Exhibition vehicle. I actually own a Saturn DOHC engine thats numbered the same way. Found it on craigslist last year. Apparently it was in a Saturn exhibition vehicle then removed. The thing looks like it was barely run. It was removed from the car and was supposed to be shipped to Japan for some reason but never got shipped. It sat in a GM parts warehouse until they put it on craigslist to get rid of it.B/C it was a concept it has no title, oddly though it shows a picture of a vin.