Buying a project car is always a bit of a crapshoot. Oftentimes, you never really know if the “facts” provided in an online ad are legit or not until it’s too late. And while the optimist in us all wants to believe every would-be salesman would never intentionally mislead, story after story of folks getting taken would lead you to believe that it happens fairly often. Such was the case for Mountain Top, Pennsylvania’s Steve Wojcik when he purchased what he thought was his dream car in 2012. “I bought the car and got it home only to find out that it wasn’t what it should have been,” he said. As it turns out, the “facts” as had been presented weren’t accurate, and the…Read More…click the magazine image.