I purchased a S600 on the 1st of march this year. It came in at a good price but needed a few bodywork bits done to it. I had the car AA data checked at time of purchase to check if it had been written off of had any outstanding finance on the car. I was told that everything was ok. After 2 months of happy motoring and a few ££££s later i recieve a letter in the morning from FIRST NATIONAL MOTOR PLC. Very polite letter, 6 lines long stating the car has withstanding finance agreement and thta the car is their property and that they would like me to return the car at the first available free minute iu have or they will get a court order in next few days and forcefully take the car back. A nice letter to wake up to in the morning. At first i nearly had a heart attack but then i remembered that i have the AA check done. I rang the original owner of the car you said there was no outstanding finance and asked me to photocopy the letter and send it to him. The AA were less than helpful saying that they willl consider what to do in the next 48 hours and contact me again. What will happen next? Will they AA definately pay out or am i in fear of losing my car and my money? What do i do if the finace company comes along for the car?