That's great, but letting the buyer do the inspection sets a nice baseline for when they come back. "Hey, the ashtray light burned out and it's your fault." "Was it like that on the test drive? Did you notice that on your inspection?" If they say yes, you ask why it didn't bother them. If they say no, then it happened on their watch. The idiots who buy beaters without inspecting them (themselves or via a pro) are also just praying that the car holds together-- if it moves, it's not seeing a mechanic.
Originally Posted by Mackelroy
For sale (AS IS) no warranty