Here' s the story.. My friend calls me and says their company has rented a new building and there was a car left behind. He says let's wait a couple weeks and if no one shows up then We'll sell it to ya. So we wait and after 2 1/2 weeks the landlord comes by and says "oh that car is still here? I'll have it towed off." My buddy says "no sweat we have it taken care of" and the landlord says "ok, no problem" and leaves. Well I bought the car ( no title of course) and 2 months later the "owner " comes to my buddys shop looking for it. My friend calls me and I tell him to give the guy my number. SO I talk to the guy and he give me a bunch of attitude about how it's not his fault and so on, and I ask if he can pay me the $100 towing bill. He says no and he'll report it stolen if I don't give it to him. I don't like screwing the guy out of his car and would have worked something out with him if it wasn't for his attitude. I am tempted to haul the thing out to the side of the highway and let him get it out of impound since that's where it was headed, before I got it anyway. Do I have any say in this or am I just screwed out of my $100 and car? I am pretty sure I can get my money back for the car, but what about the time money and labor spent on the car since I got it? I have a feeling I am just out some money and time, but if any of you have had this happen, let me know how it turned out for you guys.