We purchased a 1995 Ferrari 348 Spider from White Horse Leisure, Inc through it's owner Ed Hutchinson.
This Ferrari was represented to us as a "perfect example" in excellent condition.
Being we were both professionals in the industry, we took him at his word.
We than found out that this vehicle had been sent to the wholesale dealer's auction where it was represented by a wholesaler and was not sold.
As we do with each vehicle we purchase we had the Ferrari inspected by an independent facility.
The car that was represented to us as being "perfect and pristine" had paint work done, needed a full set of tires and was in need of a clutch. All of these facts had been kept from us and we in good conscience had to notify any interested buyer of these deficiencies in this "perfect" Ferrari.
Now I ask you, who is the rip-off artist?
We sold his much less than perfect Ferrari that was misrepresented to us at no profit and considerable aggravation to everyone concerned. We told our buyer (when we finally got one), ALL of the flaws and imperfections of this vehicle, as any reputable dealer would do to any customer and especially any Ferrari buyer who insists on exact condition and true service records.
He was paid in full for this vehicle from us and we did what we had to do to satisfy a customer.
I hope he represents the 250 (I would love to see the REAL inventory count), RVs that he claims to stock much more truthfully than the Ferrari that they purchased at Auction and planned to unload to an unsuspecting buyer.
As he states on his web site "Here's to your many happy adventures." Doing business with them sure was an adventure and not a happy one.
WEST BERLIN, New Jersey