Our expert says:
Not ridiculous at all. Its your car, and you're entitled to feel about it as you wish, and to choose the right person to sell it to. WHy not politely tell the potential buyer ( in time, surely ther'll be others ? ) whyyou feel bothered, and see what he feels about it ? I think those of us who have not spent our lives being rich, value objects more, and respect them more, than some of those today who don't care about the price of anythng, and consider all objects and people, replaceable
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