I found my old car during an internet search. Galles has it. It was an orange 2004 Mustang Mach 1. I bought it brand new in 2004 and sold it to a couple from NM back in 2009. I proposed to my wife in this car. Had to sell it to get $$ to buy a house. When I sold it in 2009, I did so for $17,700 and it had a babied 15,000 miles on the odometer. 10 years later, it has 42,600 miles on it, and Galles originally listed it at $18,900. They dropped the price to $16,500. I called them and tried negotiating, and after getting the usual used car salesman sideshow, they told me they can't go any lower than $15,500. This car was traded in on a small truck, thats how Galles got it. (Their employee told me) KBB trade in value is between 8 and 10 thousand. Retail value is between 10 and 13 thousand. The crook on the phone tells me that Galles spends over 2,000 bucks on every used car that comes on their lot, for "surveillance". Mechanics usually get paid around 60 bucks an hour. At that rate, that means he expects me to believe that Galles dedicates over 30 mechanics hours per used vehicle that comes in. It is clear that Galles is like a lot of crooks in the car dealership business; they're out to make a KILLING, not a LIVING. After posting a negative review on google on Saturday March 9th the crooks at Galles Chevrolet changed the price on the Mach 1 from $16,572 back up to $17,995. I have picture evidence of this if you click on my name next to the review and go to photos. By Monday morning (March 11) cargurus emailed me and says the price was dropped to $15,500 and change. After more phone tag, e mails, lies and arguing, I found out that Tripp Steele told his sales staff (thanks for the info Victor) they were not allowed to deal with me...only he can. Except he e mailed me and lied about how much $$$ Galles has tied up in the car to start with. After I called him a liar, he got butthurt and gave them their orders. The car was a trade in. Trade in value is between 8 and 10k. Tripp Steele claims Galles has over 16k in the car due to what they gave on a trade and "restoration" costs. Only problem is, a 15 year old car with 2 owners, only 42,000 miles and a clean carfax doesn't need "restoration"...especially thousands of dollars worth. They must give some expensive car washes at that dealership....Lmao. Tripp Steele (Galles General Manager) now won't return my emails and has forbidden his staff from dealing with me. They wont even answer a simple question about how much vehicle taxes and fees I would have to pay IF I bought the car back from them. They also took my personal income information and Social Security number online on 3/11/19 to check my credit but so far, 2 days later, I have heard nothing back about that either. This is the kind of "customer service" you can expect from Galles Chevrolet; especially if you have the audacity to not want to play their little salesman games and you call them out on their lies. I wonder if Tripp Steele has a boss?? If so, he or she probably wouldn't be happy with him treating a potential customer this way and being so rigid over a car that they haven't been able to sell in over 3 months and counting.