I've posted what happened a couple of times, here is a link to one of the posts...
I'm searching on the r6message boards also, but my posts there might be too old.
Here is a copy of my complaint to the court:
I am suing the Defendant because:
On February 7th, 2002, my friend, Samantha Martinez, and I met the defendant at his home to look at a 1999 Yamaha YZF-R6 motorcycle. At that time I asked many questions about the motorcycle, including whether or not the motorcycle had ever been dropped, wrecked or damaged. The defendant said that it had never been dropped, wrecked or damaged.
On February 20th, 2002, I purchased the motorcycle from the defendant for $5500. The title signed for in East Tempe.
I now have proof that the motorcycle had not only been wrecked, but, in fact, had been wrecked more than once. The owner of the shop that I took the motorcycle to for maintenance informed me that the frame was bent. This indicated that it had been previously wrecked. At this point I contacted the defendant on the telephone and he admitted that the said motorcycle had been ?totaled? twice. I also contacted the shop where the work was done on the motorcycle, and the owner recalled fixing the motorcycle on more than one occasion. It was his recollection that the motorcycle had been wrecked several times.
On or about March 29th, 2002 I sent the defendant a letter demanding that the transaction be rescinded. The letter was received by the defendant. I gave the defendant 10 days to respond and he refused.
Because the defendant lied to me I would like to be placed back in the position that I was in before I purchased the motorcycle. I am asking for my money back for the motorcycle, plus registration and fees and the mechanic work that was preformed on the motorcycle. I plan to return the motorcycle to the defendant when payment is made.