This has happened to me twice in the last couple years. I've advertised and sold two different vehicles. A 2004 Crossfire and a 2005 Chrysler minivan. I kept maintenance records and the carfax reports indicating nothing bad ever happened were available for both vehicles. I priced them for sale and got many inquiries and both sold within 1 day by the first people to see them. I wasn't hiding anything and pointed out any known flaws or suspected upcoming issues that may happen statistically. In both cases the purchasing parties requested an independent inspection. I had no issues with that. While the people buying the Crossfire were contacting garages locally for that inspection the next interested party showed up. I told them the original party were trying to get a local garage inspection and was sorry, he was too late. He offered cash right now. The original party opted to forego the inspection and paid up. They had contacted about a dozen garages and could get nobody to do this service that day. Most said they wouldn't do it at all......The same thing happened with the van, The first woman that showed up wanted an inspection. I said OK but more folks were on their way and the first cash in my hand bought the van. She started calling local garages for the inspection. About 20 minutes later two more prospective buyers showed up in my driveway. She forked over the cash and was on her way. She had no luck finding a garage willing to inspect either. Two things. I need to raise my price on my old vehicles. Do garages actually do inspections for prospective buyers. You hear about it but the real world seems to be another story. Liability? BTW, I have a lift and offered to hoist both vehicles for an underneath inspection....no takers.