I'm living in PA., I just sold a used Harley to someone a few days ago & they rode it home, called me up & said they blew a head gasket. I told them I would 1/2 or little more. I called a registered dealer=they'll do it for $200 or less. Does she have the rite to demand me buy the bike back?
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No. If the bike was sold, it was "as is." You are not an insurer of the bike. You don't know what the buyer did to make it blow a gasket if, in fact, that is the problem. Also, they had a duty to inspect the bike for any problems.
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