I flew up to Iowa this morning from TX to purchase a 2008 Corvette Z06. My intention was to buy it and drive it home. I start looking over the car after the salesman (Jordan Gaul) told me it was flawless over the phone. "Trust me, it is perfect" he says. I immediately see scrapes on the front bumper and an area where the paint had spidered from the bumper flexing after an impact. I also see a huge scratch in the leather on the passenger seat. He tells me he didn't notice it. Are you kidding me? I hate liars. So I flew 850 miles and might as well drive the car.... What do you know; it grinds going in to first gear bad. At this point I am frustrated. We drive over to the service area and the service manager comes out and confirm the car needs to have the transmission removed and rebuilt. I am pissed now. I have been deceived and their product was completely misrepresented. I tell the salesman that at this point I am ready to go back to Dallas. He offers to pay for my gas home and says "will you just buy the car?" I told him if paying for my gas is all you are offering, then we are way off. He says he can take $500 dollars off our negotiated price. I call Classic Chevrolet in Dallas and get a quote for $1,000 to repaint the front bumper and fix the seat. If I had this done the car would not have original paint and could turn off future buyers if I was to sell the car. People don't want cars of this caliber that have had major repairs done. No one wants to buy a car with problems. So I tell the salesman Jordan Gaul that I want $1,000 off to cover the repairs since I was looking at another $550 flight home. Get this: He laughs. I told him to take me back to the airport and I'm leaving. So $1100 later and many hours wasted, I am still looking. This place will not get a good review from this guy.
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