My daughter (along with her father) went to Robin Ford to purchase a reliable vehicle for my daughter because she was leaving for college and would be traveling to South Carolina. They settled on a pre-owned vehicle, which they were told was driven by an "old women" and was "well maintained." The car looked great and my daughter loved it. Inspection was good and oil change sticker indicated that oil had been just changed. When it came time for my daughter's oil to be changed, my husband took it to get done and was informed as well as shown the sludge that had come out of my daughter car. Needless to say, her driving from Delco to SC and the little bit of driving that she did on and around campus did not cause the amount of the build up of sludge that was in this car. This type of sludge was caused from the previous owner who neglected to maintain the car and get regularly scheduled oil changes. In my opinion, I think that they slapped a slicker on the windshield of the the car, dated it and put the miles on for the next oil change hoping that my 18 year old daughter, who was going off to college in another state, would not get her oil changed and would not find out about the problem. And, when she did get it changed it would be past the time/mileage and it would be HER fault for the sludge build-up. Little did they know that my husband is on top of her car maintenance and got her oil change before the due date/mileage. So, there was no way in xxxx that my daughter caused this damage from not changing the oil. I am highly upset at Robin Ford as my husband took my daughter there because he personally knows people that work in both the Sales and Service Departments there as well as they were told, straight to their faces, that the car that my daughter was about to purchase was "well maintained." What a a crock. They should be ashamed of themselves especially knowing that my 18 year old daughter paid over $15,000 cash for the car after she was told that it was a "cream puff." Cream puff my a$$. I understand that when you buy a per-owned car you are buying it "as is" but come on, SLUDGE in the engine? Really? That's low. Certainly not blaming our salesman, Rich for Robin's shadiness, but someone, perhaps the Used Car Manager, at Robin Ford knew that this car had a sludge problem and did not say anything before it was put out to be sold. Hope you all sleep well at night knowing what you have done to an innocent, 18 year old, college student who was super-excited about buying her first car.