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Connected car in the second-hand lot? Don't buy it if you're not hack-savvy


Re: Everything old is new again

In the bad old days of cowboy car dealers in the late '60s, I traded my Austin 1800 (yes, I know...) in with 45,000 miles on the clock. About a month later, I saw it parked in the city, and just out of curiosity, went across to have a look at how the new owner was keeping it. The odometer now read 19,000 miles.

(They had removed my spare key, though.)

Wouldn't happen these days, would it....

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