Can a sue for my money, lost wages and depression?

Question Details: I had a verbal agreement with a guy who owns a car lot. We agreed for him to lease me a truck for my company I was starting for $8,000 finance which I gave home $2500 cash for a down payment. The agreement was for him to rent me his abandoned building free as long as I cleaned it up to make it business like again and that I detail his cars which he would also pay me $500 a week for that would pay for the payment. He said that if I brought him $2500 cash, went to get my LLC which I was already in the process of doing, get a phone number and a big banner to put on the building that he would later parter with me and go 60/40 in the business. He then said how am I a partner because I'm letting you rent the shop free and my chemicals and equipment. So I did everything as agreed and so far I've held up to my end of the agreement but he hasn't. After a week of driving the truck, I told him the muffler was making a noise and he said that he would give me my money back and so far it's been over a month in a half since I've opened for business and I'm out of my money no company vehicle and I haven't been able to work in the shop do to busted pipes. He won't give me my money back.

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