My husband & I found this beetle on line at Cargurus.com for 6700.00 & thought it would make a great summer vehicle. I have been looking for a used vehicle with decent miles and thought we had found it. We drove 1 hour on a Saturday to test drive it, having scheduled an appointment with Tom. (He was very nice). Once we got there we found out the car was being sold as is & was now 8700.00. We took it for a ride, decided we liked it and went in to talk money and ask many questions about "as is". We went back and forth as all car dealers do & they were willing to fix the cracked windshield and rear tail light. They told us we should take the car to our own mechanic and we advised them given we live 1 hour away and wondered if could we buy 1 hour of their mechanics time to check out the vehicle. This is when they got all freaked out......They ended up showing us their mechanic's review of the car and the car fax & we decide to take a chance & said let's go for it. After signing the "as is" paperwork, the manager came over with his IPhone & a board telling me it was picture time. I politely said no thanks, then he turned the sign around and it said "I bought a car AS IS". I said I wasn't doing that, it was stupid (& an iPhone, not even a camera!) stating I had already signed the legal documents & that was plenty. They tell me it is the owners policy & again I said "No". The manager & another senior sales guy said "then we won't sell you the car!" and walked away. I couldn't believe it. I am sure they were unhappy about all our questions but aren't you supposed to ask questions? How can they stop a deal because you refused to take a picture, one that may end up on any social media! If I had taken the picture it would have been under duress so wouldn't have held up in court anyway! How can they MAKE you take a picture. Either way, I found them pushy, intimidating and threatening and walked out the door. I highly recommend you go elsewhere then deal with these guys. I was hoping I could buy my next year round car there but no way, I will stick with the Volvo dealer & not Shearer's either! Clearly they had something to hide with this "As Is" car & we dodged a bullet......their new name; Shearer Shysters.