Warning: Long story but I need your views Hello everyone. I had been after a project car to work on in order to learn a bit more about cars. After much research I bought a non-runner 7th Generation Honda Civic. I had to travel 100 miles to see the car. Met the owner in person, jumped started the car, couldn't drive it as it was uninsured but checked what I could. I told the seller that I am here to buy the car for the right price and considering that the quotes I got for transportation are quite high around £150 I can only make an offer of X amount. The seller haggled and then agreed to meet in the middle. I paid the amount and told them that I will get the car picked soon. At first they said because they have moved flat (which they did, I checked) they couldn't find the V5C but will send me as soon as possible. My judgement was they are telling the truth as I was inside the flat where everything was in boxes. After the deal was done, they went looking for the stereo they promised and came back with V5C aswell. We filled the new keeper section V5C/2 and kept it, they kept the rest of it. I told them of the new online service they can use to transfer the car directly and that I will text them the details. All went well, I came back home. Got an even better transportation quote on Shiply from a recovery guy based in the same area as the car which I agreed to. The seller messaged that the guy is coming to pick right now and that they have removed their belongings from the car and wished me all the best. After 20min I get a message from them: 'Thankyou for ripping me off.. .You are only paying £90 for the transport so send me £60 right now otherwise I will not transfer the car in your name' I showed them evidence that quote I had before buying the car were £130 - £148 and I just bagged a good deal but any how it is none of their concern how much I pay for delivery but they are threatening that they will not be transferring the car to my name unless I pay more. I mean WTF! what should I do.