so wednesday night i sold my 94 civic with a B18C1 swap. I pulled the motor out of a friends car that he fliped over. it sat for about 2 years after the accident before i took it. the motor was pretty dirty and has sold dirt and such built up on it but never seemed to leak anything. i sent the person who bought it pictures of the engine and he asked what the dirt was and if it was leaking oil. i said i didnt think it was leaking, it was just dirt building up. so anyway, wednesday night he drove down to me from 2.5 hrs away. i met him in a parking lot, it was dark outside, he took one look around the car, looked at the engine, didnt even want to drive it. he paid me $2100 for it, i signed over the title to him, signed the bill of sale for him, and i made him fill out a 2nd bill of sale so i just had a record of who it went to. so anyway, this morning he called me and was very mad. he told me the engine blew. then he siad that the engine was leaking oil and that i lied to him. so he said i bought a new engine for it so i want you to pay me for half of it. i said no way thats not my problem you bought the car from me i never gave you any warenty or anything like that. so my question is, can he legally get me to do anything about the engine going? one thing that seems really sketchy is he called me and told me the engine had just went and then he said he bought another motor. so within a matter of a couple hours he blew the motor and boguht another one. and if he was guna call me why not call me when it blew? it seems to me like he is lieing and just wants money. so when i refused to pay him any money he said i can take you to court about this because of a "lemon law" does this make sence to anyone? I can really use some imput on this, its really pissing me off right now.