Very bad experience with Woodcrest. Me and my husband just purchased a truck from them a couple of weeks ago. It seemed really solid! There was no rust, the test drives were really good, even a friend of ours who knows diesels recommended us to get it. The day we brought it home it started leaking oil, we had to wait 4 days to call them cause of the Labor day weekend. During which time, another leak of anifreeze started, a noise started in the back right tire, and when in tow mode the thing didn't want to catch! We didn't have a warranty but still you don't pull a vehicle out of a dealership and have all this stuff go wrong. Anyways we got a hold of them and they agreed to fix the leaks and also have a new water pump put in, but were not happy about doing so. They closed again for another 4 day weekend and we had to pick up the truck at the mechanics on a Saturday night during which time the transmission was still not looked at, the noise in the back got louder, and 3 more leakage areas came to our attention. When we finally got a hold of them the following week they told us to bring the truck in and have the mechanics look at it, they found out that there was a leak in the steering gear box and that noise in the back was a bearing going out. Well sufficed to say they drew the line at fixing the truck and said they weren't paying for it anymore. They pulled the "its under no warranty" bit. Okay, I understand the no warranty part, but you don't drive a vehicle right off the lot of a dealership and fall apart. Yes they did take care of a few things, but they were really unhappy about doing it to begin with and then they decided to stop making it right. To top it off, the one guy said bearings go out on these things all the time, its "normal" so we ain't fixing it. WHAT?!?! It's normal and fine to drive a truck with bad bearings? Are you serious! If you ever buy from these people and I highly recommend you don't, make sure to test drive whichever vehicle your interested in for a long time. We have a feeling that because it was sitting there for a while that all the leaks and noise and stuff stopped until it was actually being driven. Second, make sure you have a 30 day warranty on it, if it doesn't have one to risk it cause they wont fix it. Third, if you can take it to a local mechanic shop and have everything looked over including the transmission, if they don't agree to it than they have something to hide so don't buy it. We have at least $1500 of work to put into this thing, and we are not looking forward to it.