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Terms and Conditions

§1 Retention of title:
All goods are owned by US-West-Coast-Classics unless 100 % payment and funds release.

§2 Place of jurisdiction:
Court of jurisdiction is Cologne, Germany.

§3 Payment Terms and Conditions (inventory goods):
Deposit payment: sale pending or vehicle hold is possible by a non refundable deposit payment of 500,00 EUR minimum. Cash or bank wire is accecpted and payment has to be signed on receipt. After funds release the vehicle will be set on hold and taken out of sales.

Downpayment and Final payment: according contract.

§ 4 Payment Terms and Conditions (scouting order):
To be protected against illegal withdrawal from scouting or purchase contract, a 100 % full payment contract is agreed.

Remaining terms and conditions according § 3 except down payment rate (in case of inventory goods).

§4 Right of withdrawal:
If effective condition of the car differs from quotation and condition in a way which is unacceptable for the customer, the customer has the right of withdrawal from the contract. In that case payments will be paid back to customer (refunding). This clause is only valid in case of scouting order and not applicable for vehicles on stock which could be inspected personally.

§5 Warranty:
The warranty for new vehicles pursuant to § 438 para. 1 no. 3 BGB is two years from the date of purchase of the vehicle. For used cars, the warranty period is reduced to one year. In the first six months, the burden of proof lies with the seller. At the end of the first six months, the burden of proof passes to the buyer.

According to § 440 BGB the company US-West-Coast-Classics has the right in the case of present defect in the sense of the guarantee claim to ensure itself for the rework.

§6 Legal consequences in case of non inclusion and ineffectiveness § 306 BGB:
1. If general terms and conditions have not become part of the contract or are ineffective, the contract remains valid.

2. Insofar as the provisions have not become part of the contract or are ineffective, the content of the contract shall be governed by the statutory provisions.

3. The contract is ineffective if adhering to it, even taking into account the changes provided for in paragraph 2, would constitute an unreasonable hardship for one contracting party.