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Australia Man buys Aston Martin online for $66k - then finds out it's stolen

12:30  09 october  2019
12:30  09 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Bryce Dighton forked out thousands of dollars for a luxury sports car – only to later find out that it was stolen.

The Melbourne father paid more than $66,000 for a what he thought was a 2008 Aston Martin Vantage.

Instead, he actually purchased a 2007 model that was recorded as stolen in March this year.

He bought the car through auction site Grays Online in early June.

"I've got a car I can't register or drive… I want my money back. I have spent close to $80,000 all up," Bryce told A Current Affair.

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a man looking at the camera: Bryce Dighton said he had bought a car online he later found out was stolen.© A Current Affair Bryce Dighton said he had bought a car online he later found out was stolen.

Online the used sports car was advertised on the listing as being in a "good" condition with a few "minor dents and scratches".

Bryce has since spent an extra $15,000 to fix the car which Bryce says had multiple issues including "broken engine mounts, bad brakes and a transmission issue".

The car is understood to be owned by the insurer, who paid out the original owners, so Bryce is currently in limbo and awaiting a refund.

a car parked in a parking lot: Bryce said he had spent thousands on a car he couldn't drive.© A Current Affair Bryce said he had spent thousands on a car he couldn't drive.

Bidders are warned when buying through online auction sites to do their research as a lower level of consumer protection is offered.

Fair Trading NSW advises to check the seller's reputation and buying protection policies as well as reading all the terms and conditions.

Teen crashes stolen vehicle into Lamborghini .
A 14-year-old boy has faced court after crashing a stolen vehicle into a yellow Lamborghini in Como, Perth. Western Australian Police spotted the Subaru Forester, which was reported stolen earlier this month after a home burglary, along Birdwood Avenue just after 8pm.

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