ORANGE PARK, Fla. -- Buying a used car can save you money, but it can also cost you money. Last October, Stoonie Powell bought a used car. He paid $4,000.
"It was a very good car," said Powell. "That's basically what I was told, it was a good car."
It is a 2004 Chevrolet Impala. It looked like a cream puff on the outside, but under the hood it was a lemon.
"Everything started happening," said Powell. "Quite a few things started happening."
Powell, 91, said this is not his first time buying a vehicle, but this time it cost him.
"I did not go and have it examined. That's where I made my mistake," said Powell.
Less than 30 days after owning the vehicle, Powell's employer paid to replace all four tires.
Then they took it to Dennis Cascante for an inspection and he told him to take it back to the used car dealer.