I wouldn't buy a tricycle from this xxx company.
I bought a'69 Road Runner, drove it less than 100 miles and the transmission blew up, not to mention head gaskets shot and a cracked leaking oil pan....less than 100 miles.
I now know why they wouldn't let me talk to the owner, even after I paid for the car.
I now have to invest several thousand more dollars in a car that I cost me $ 58,000.00.
They will tell you anything you want to hear in order to get it out the door and then go xxxx yourself.
Looking at the title, it shows they paid $35,000.00 to the original owner, sold it to me for $58,000.00, and made a cool $23,000.00. I don't have a problem with making a profit, but if this is a rare occurrence, it looks like they would at least offer to help me just a little so their stellar five-star reputation would stay intact.
It's unfortunate because from the outside looking in, they look good and I would have been a repeat customer. I'm willing to bet this company knew this car was problematic. Now maybe I know why it sat in the showroom for over six months.