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Hi, They don't answer me. Ps I'm in NSW and bought the car in QLD. The import papers (they import and sell used cars too) for the car have the current VIN number on them, so what I'm saying is the import vin and the vin on the plate under the bonnet match each other. The chassis vin does not match either of these. When they sent out the contract it actually had the CHASSIS vin number inserted, but, as it didn't match the import papers or the plate under the bonnet, also, I noticed that the Queensland registration papers had the wrong chassis number on, I alerted them of these two errors, thinking it was some innocent mistake, and they then changed the chassis number on the contract (to match the plate under the bonnet and import certificate) so the sale could continue. I feel they must have known about what's happened because no where else in documents does the CHASSIS vin number turn up. I was provided with a caveat in the contract that said if I cant get rego in NSW then they would refund me. They provided a NSW blue slip so I could get rego. It's as if they have imported it under the wrong pretense. Is fair trading an option or any other information would be greatly appreciated? Thank you.