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Two missing seats net $575K verdict for buyer of plane (access required)

When NASCAR’s Braun Racing went looking in 2008 for a plane to shuttle pit crews and their families from race to race, it wanted 30 seats. But it fell for a 27-seat 1994 Dornier 328-100 turboprop. When the seller, Concord-based Spitfire Aviation Parts, said that it could add two seats, Braun plunked down $3.625 million for the soon-to-be 29-seater. Only then did the parties learn that installing the seats would cost upwards of $100,000. And when Spitfire balked, Braun sued.

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