Have you ever heard the advertisement "when you buy a used car at a new car store, you get a great deal, and a great deal more"? The premise is that when a new car dealership sells a used car at a retail price, it is because they have reconditioned it. Most often these vehicles are still sold "as is" so there is a certain amount of trust one gives to a dealership they perceive to be reputable. Many people will say never trust a dealership or car salesman and I wish I could say that is incorrect, but it’s true. There are very few trustworthy dealers out there and I would not consider Bill Walsh to be one of them. Less than a year ago I purchased a used 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited "As Is" with no warranty but got much more than I bargained for. While going over the vehicle I told the salesman, Chris Jesse, that the key for the locking lug nuts was missing. His reply was " we can probably get you one of those". This never happened. Let me make it clear (since I have been threatened with legal action for slander, libel and defamation by Mr. Bill Walsh Jr. himself - neither Chris Jesse, nor Bill Walsh were in any way legally responsible for helping me with this situation. I believe it's just the right thing to do and the first of many issues I have with this dealership. I also mentioned that there was no spare tire jack - a fairly important tool. No reply was given, and no effort to remedy this issue was made. Again, while not legally obligated to do anything, it's just the kind of thing I would expect from a reputable dealership. Mr. Walsh considered this vehicle a "value priced" vehicle, however, considering the price was in line with KBB dealer full retail (which takes into account dealer reconditioning), I would have to disagree with him on that. First, when I brought the vehicle home from the dealership (45 minutes away from my home), It was immediately discovered that the back seat in the Jeep was incorrect and not even bolted down - that's right, just sitting loose behind the front seats. When I contacted the dealership they did agree after some debating (possibly due to legal issues and fear of being sued themselves I presume) to rectify this by ordering me a new seat. When the seat arrived at the dealership, the salesman called to let me know I could come out and have the new seat installed. Then - when I was halfway to the dealership (45 minutes away) he called to tell me the he was sorry, but they did not have any available techs to install the seat. Not one single person could spare 20 minutes to install the back seat for me. My choice was to either turn around and go home to wait for an unknown period of time (while driving a vehicle that could not safely transport people in the back seat- I have 3 kids) or take the seat and install it myself. So I did it myself. No big deal, just one more issue that I would expect to have handled differently at a reputable dealership. Shortly after this I began to notice little things (and some big things) that made it appear to me that this dealership did not do any reconditioning of any kind to the vehicle nor did it appear to me they even inspect the vehicle (or I think they would have found the back seat issue at the very least). I also found that someone attempted to hide/cover up rust issues with the vehicle. I don't know who it was, but it was definitely done. I am not accusing Bill Walsh of doing the cover up. All I am saying is when I bought the vehicle it had no rust, and then two months later rust was popping up all over it. Coincidence? Possibly. But I find this suspect and highly unlikely at best. In addition, a rubber trim strip had also been placed up behind the dash that when removed revealed what turned out to be severe rust at the base of the windshield frame. Again, I cannot prove who did this, nor am I accusing Bill Walsh of doing it. I don't know who put it there, I just know it was there. Other issues that arose include - broken sway bar link (was broken at time of purchase but not noticed until after the sale), Engine oil leaks from at least two different places, a starter that had only one of the two necessary bolts holding it in, a transmission that was missing bolts, and a leaking rear axle oil seal! Now, at a wholesale auction (or wholesale pricing at the very least) these things are to be expected... But in my opinion, when you purchase from a supposedly reputable dealership, and pay full retail price, this should not be expected. Bill has said he will post the images of my signed "as is" papers, which I freely admit to signing and understand that I have no legal recourse. But I do have the right to voicing my opinion, leaving a public review of the dealership and to tell my story - without being threatened or intimidated by a bully who appears scared of a bad review full of truthful facts and personal opinions! Personally, I would never buy from this dealership again. Not even if it was the last dealership on earth! I would rather walk! Thank you!