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It was interesting buying a car from these guys. They got down to a decent price quicker than most dealers. They were obsessed with getting me to confess total customer satisfaction to a funny extent. Of course, they tried to pawn the demonstrator car off on me for a couple hundred less when my color was not in but I held out for new. The new car smell is priceless. Since I liked dealing with the salesman, I waited for the car to get back into inventory in a couple of weeks. I'm sure they made a good profit off of me anyway.

At this point, the stock is up a lot this year and profit taking is in order since no one is sure what the 2002 year will bring in car sales.
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