Vehicle description on web site: "This terrific-looking 2001 Mazda B4000 is the rare family vehicle you have been trying to find. This is a first-class vehicle all the way."
Actual vehicle I discovered after driving 45 minutes to get there: per the 8.5X11 copy paper sign in the window, an AS-IS, BUDGET FIXER-UPPER (Sands' caps, not mine). Was checked over by mechanics (was given a defect list, thank you), that was it. Not anyone's idea of first-class or terrific-looking. Dirty, parking brake was even stuck it took quite a bit of rocking to break it partially loose; dash light stayed on for the entire test drive. Oh yeah, and it's a different color than stated (Black). But yet at a $7995 retail-level asking price. Give me a break. Completely turned off by the experience, will not return.