BUSINESS, SOMETHING THE OWNER DISPUTES. WMUR’S ANDY HERSHBERGER EXPLAINS. ANDY MATTHEW SMITH SAYS HE GAVE : THIS 1965 FORD THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE TO DUSTY OLD CARS TO SELL ON CONSIGNMENT LAST DECEMBER. HE SAYS IT SOLD ON JANUARY 27, BUT HE HASN’T SEEN ANY MONEY.>>I THOUGHT THAT THE COMPANY WAS REPUTABLE. I’D FOLLOWED THEM FROM THE BEGINNING. SO, I THOUGHT I WAS IN GOOD HANDS. I TURNED IT OVER AND LITTLE DID I KNOW, WE’VE GOTTEN TO THIS POINT. INDIA TODAY, IN FEDERAL : — INDIE TODAY, IN FEDERAL : — ANDY: TODAY, IN FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY COURT, SEVERAL PEOPLE WITH SIMILAR STORIES SAT AND LISTENED AS A JUDGE ORDERED THAT A TRUSTEE BE APPOINTED TO TAKE OVER THE COMPANY. OFFICIALS FROM THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE SAY THERE ARE ABOUT 80 ACTIVE COMPLAINTS AGAINST DUSTY OLD CARS TOTALING ROUGHLY $1 MILLION, AND THIS IS A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.>>A BETTER RESULT WOULD OBVIOUSLY BE THAT EVERYBODY GET ALL THEIR MONEY AND GETS THEIR CARS BACK, BUT UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES THAT WE HAVE TODAY, IT’S A PRETTY GOOD RESULT. REPORTER THE COMPANY’S OWNER, : STEPHAN CONDODEMETRAKY, SAYS ONLY A FRACTION OF HIS CUSTOMERS ARE UNHAPPY, AND HE’S TRIED TO WORK WITH THEM.>>THEY MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE READ THEIR CONTRACTS. THEIR VEHICLES MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE BEEN AS REPRESENTED AND WHEN CALLED INTO QUESTION PROVE THEIR CLAIMS AS OPPOSED TO FOMENTING ANGER, MOST OF THOSE CLAIMS DON’T HOLD UP. REPORTER A TRUSTEE IS EXPECTED