I purchased a 1969 SS Camaro Clone from Fleming's Ultimate Garage (stock #879N) for $44,900.00 which is top dollar for a clone car. Roughly 1 month later the car finally arrived inside an enclosed trailer, but for some reason both driver and passenger windows were down. I wondered to myself, why were the windows rolled down when the car was shipped in an enclosed trailer? After getting the car off the trailer, I found out why: the doors were so far out of alignment that they would not shut with the windows rolled up!!! The very next morning I called Fleming's and spoke to Matt Holtzman, the General Manager, about the problems I found. He informed me to get an estimate on the repair for the door problems and they would take care of it. So, I took the car to a local body shop and it took them 6 hours of labor to complete the repairs. I then called Matt Holtzman back and told him what it cost and he instructed me to fax the bill to him and he would get me reimbursed immediately. I faxed the bill the next day. More than two months went by and I still had not received a check. They did not reply to my emails or phone calls. I had no choice but to send a certified letter to the owner, Tony Fleming, but still no response. The car was advertised as having a Muncie 4 speed transmission, it has a lessor quality transmission (Saginaw). From day one I asked them for a build sheet and never got it. The minute I wired the $45,000 to them, they treated me like I didn't exist. They could have cared less about me or the car from that point on. There were countless other problems that I fixed on my own also. I feel Flemings Garage will tell you anything, including lies, to get the sale. AVOID THEM AT ALL COSTS.
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