I decided to purchase a Toyota certified Toyota Camry, and went in to look at the selection. I purchased a 2002 Camry with 49,000 miles, and was told about it's immaculate, one owner past, and presented with a clean carfax, which promptly went into my filing cabinet with the rest of the paperwork. Fast forward a year later, and countless service visits later, I'm going through the paperwork, and notice that the carfax has a different VIN shown than my car. After a little further investigating, I contact the previous owner, a very nice woman, who informs me that the car was previously wrecked, and it sustained about $7,000 in collision damage, which she disclosed to the dealership at trade in.
I took it to two body shops, and was shown examples of shady body work. Did I mention that the quarter panel on the car was rusting severely by this point? On a 4 year old Camry with now 60,000 miles?
Kings Toyota offered to "buy" the car back for my purchase price, provided I buy another car from them. I ended up selling the car on ebay, and after disclosing all the problems to potential buyers, I got salvage value for the car. Avoid this dealership at all costs.
I recommend Beechmont Toyota. That's where I purchased my current car, this one a new, 2007 Toyota Camry.