We attempted to purchase a 2016 Dodge Hellcat that was in their showroom for almost two years. We called form out of town and spoke with Richard, a salesman at the dealership who at first seemed more than helpful. We spoke of a price that was good, but soon Richard contacted me back with an even better deal. We were ready to move on it, and were told to submit a credit app. which was emailed to him. That is when things went dark. Calls to him the day after the App. was sent weren't answered, nor returned. Calling the main line, we would ask to speak with him, and when asked who was calling they would tell me that he was busy with a customer. Finally I spoke with a sales manager identified as Chris,who admitted that even though Richard had claimed that he was given the agreed price (Via text message), the price was not approved by the dealership owner. I was told that they would call back within the hour to tell me if it was approved. A short time later, I was contacted by John, who stated he was management, and he says that they can't sell the car, because it was already sold the Sunday before I called.(Which was the following Thursday) Not believing that story, I contacted them on Wednesday February 28.(A week after the original discussion.) to see if the car was available. I was told that the vehicle was just sold yesterday. I guess I find it unbelievable that the car that sat in their showroom for two years would be sold without the knowledge any of the sales staff. Then to be told that it was sold, and then it actually sold almost a week after. Who knows what the truth is, but in my dealing with car dealerships over the years, this was the shadiest. Maybe there are good people there, but my experience tells me otherwise. My advice to you is either steer clear, or not believe a word they say until you can get a contract in front of you.