Christopher Cannon Scammed me with by being misleading, lying, and deceitful on a 1965 Mustang. Laurel Delaware!!. www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1463017087143270 That’s the link to a car I purchased a couple weeks ago. If it’s unavailable, than he deleted it to hide it, but fortunately I screencapped everything. I may have been foolish to go based on the pictures listed and understand that I should’ve driven, but a near 6 hour drive one way wasn’t something I’d do. In the description of the listing it says it should need restoration from sitting 15 years, which would be acceptable if the fact the conversations we had didn’t contradict what he had posted. The pictures in the listing make it falsely appear as if it’s in quite decent condition and worthy of the price that’s listed. I chose to overlook that there weren’t interior shots or any shots from under the car. He made a clear statement that he took the car to the dmv 3 weeks prior to inspect the VIN and title, but based on the condition of the car, that’s impossible. There is such severe cancer rust inside and out with noticeable sections where he clearly just painted and poorly applied bondo all over. The smell of rust is apparent just standing outside the car. There are holes in the floor pans, trunk, and everywhere under the car. It was so brittle, I was able to poke a hole easily with 1 finger. The claim he made about taking to DMV is false given the axles and frame were incredibly rusted and seemed it could break if attempting to drive. From what I was told by the delivery driver was that the guy cussed him out for showing up late. This guy has been rude, lied and contradicted his stories. I show him proof it’s not a 1964.5 with links, pictures, and articles. His attitude was getting worse towards me as I was giving undeniable proof and showing he was deviating from my question, that he condescendingly told me that I hoped I enjoy the car and blocked me. This entire transaction took place over Facebook Messenger and I screencapped and saved everything for further proof.