"VERY UNPROFESSIONAL BUSINESS ENCOUNTER"
I am an engineer from the Dallas, Texas area and currently working in and out of the hospitals and Doctor offices trying to save as many life's as possible but was in need of an SUV. I found an SUV with this business online and contacted them as I was already pre-approved with my Credit Union and told this information to Christian on my call and explained I was ready to purchase the vehicle and we got the paperwork together once shipping cost was figured out, they then sent the purchase order to my Credit Union. The salesperson reached out to me after the fact and inquired about a deposit knowing he had sent a Fedex label to my Credit Union and did not go so far as to explain my work to him and that I at the time did not have my wallet on to do so because of the strain I was under with my work and did not think much of it either because had communicated with my Credit Union. Today, because I'm on 24 hour call was not available for awhile and this gentleman again once I saw his text asking for this deposit. I wear scrubs in my work and no time for this and the Credit Union unknowing to me was short handed and trying to do their jobs did not answer this guy fast enough to get a copy of the check being Fedex today. They in turn did send a copy of it but these guys chose after all to sell the SUV from under me knowing all this. Now as a norm I can be available but even though I managed to take time explain this to Christian as he also told me his wife was a nurse and understood. If he was being truthful, not saying he was not. Bottom line is this business had no reason today to make this decision and wait for the check they knew was coming. My Credit Union has marked this dealer in case anyone from my area wants to buy from them. Bottom line this was not necessary to do, now for some reason check did show up tomorrow I get it. So there more to this and I have my suspicions. Keeping in mind I'm sure others may have had a good experience with this dealer, this is a fair warning to others, BE CAREFUL IF YOU ARE OUT OF STATE or .....
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, Patrick (Finance Guy)
"Total misrepresentation "
Of you're buying a classic car or muscle car that they are advertising run the other way! They totally misrepresent the mechanical condition of their cars. I recently bought a classic 1966 Marlin from them. Kolby assured me that it was in the best condition that he had ever seen. No mechanical problems and ran like new was another of his comments.
I had the car shipped to my house. I drove it 350 feet from the truck to my garage and immediatly noticed that the power steering was squealing and the motor, which is a 327CI, had very little power.! The next morning there were two significant leaks on my garage floor. I immediately called my mechanic to have it taken to his shop. On the 8 mile drive to his shop it overheated!
Now three weeks later and $4,000 worth of repairs the car is road worthy. The number if items that had been done to try to cover up the overheating issues were many!
In response to my complaints the owner has said that "he never saw a leak and that he had driven it himself". The leaks not being noticed has to just be a lie. And if he drove it and it didn't overheat then he drove it for less than three miles!
In summary if you're thinking of buying a classic or muscle car from these guys run away before they burn you!!
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