My response was....
No offense but when I sell a game, I not interest in speaking to a 3rd owner or a 4th or 5th about that game. It's a game that I owned and sold. Nothing less, nothing more. I'm not interested in taking time out of my day to call some guy who bought it from the guy I sold it to. I'm kind of appalled that you think it's OK to demand that I call you on a certain day and answer "a lot of questions" about a game I owned 6+ months ago. I am even more shocked that you think it's ok to bother a businessman (who I paid good money to work on the game) with questions about the game.
In my opinion, you can look the game over from top to bottom & ask the CURRENT owner questions until you're blue in the face BEFORE you buy the game. Once you buy the game, you're not entitled to a full rundown and contact from all previous owners and people who worked on it. And you're surely not entitled to contact anyone and tell them they did a crappy job repairing it... if it was a fire hazard, why the heck would you even buy it?
No response needed."
This guy found my thread where I posted pics of the game after I had a local guy restore it. He actually had the balls to call the restorer and tell him the work he did was a "fire hazard" etc etc etc.
I spoke with the restorer and he said the guy was a kook and was surprised he called him.