BEWARE: Review every document you sign when purchasing or leasing a vehicle. Do NOT sign anything that says "Dealer Right to Cancel" or "Do it Delivery Form! These dishonest people will make you an okay, good enough deal and then call the next day demanding you return the vehicle and rework contract. They will give many reasons, ie, bank said no to loan, bank changed your mind, something about your contract is illegal, etc. They do this to make a new deal where they sponge even more money out of you. Don't fall for it! Do sign these items! They insult the public's intelligence and at us for fools. Not to mention how they are ill prepared for most deals, pretend everything is good to go, only to have you spend 4 hours there after you arrive trying to figure out the best way to scam you. It's almost a tactic so that you'll be so ready to go you'd do just about anything and not pay attention to what your signing. They didn't get me because I knew not to sign these things, but it didn't stop them from trying. They threatened to "bring the law" and get the car. I stood my ground, told them they had no legal right to do so, told them the law wouldn't help them commit grand theft auto as they've no right to the car. They insulted my intelligence, tried to play me and were unprofessional bullies. If you encounter the Internet Sales Manager run for the hills or demand someone else. Sweet and professional on the phone but in person you encounter a hard, very rough around the edges and extremely manipulative person. The finance guy was the biggest bully by phone, demanding the vehicle they had no right to, returned. I emailed the owner, but he couldn't be bothered to return an email response. I had to hide the car until I finally got a notice from Ford to make my payment. I didn't even know they had given up and finalized the paperwork with Ford as they didn't have respect enough for a customer to send an email or make an apologetic phone call. Don't be played. I've reported their practices to the BBB, the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Florida Commission for Auto Fraud.