I found a great deal online for a car at Chapman Ford on Manheim Pike. More specifically a Chevrolet Impala, It had a list price of $3987.
I had $3900 in my hands. Chapman Ford was my 3rd stop, out of the way mind you, for the one car.
I spoke with a man named John Meshey. I play stupid and ask what they have in the 3-5 thousand range and the first thing he shows me is a Chevrolet Impala. It has to be the same one but when I walk around to the front the sticker price is sitting at $4,995. Maybe it isn't the same one I thought, I try to check buy my phone was on the last bar and dies.
At this time, I test drive it and we come back and he starts drawing up paper work.
We, a friend of mine and I, start talking money with him and he pushes hard on how much of a great deal I am getting. He then proceeds to walk over to his "manager" because he is going to see if he can get him to "sweeten the deal for me." He returns and has a warm smile on his face and explains to me that, "Since you were in an accident and need some help we're willing to really cut you a good deal. We're going to give it to you for this much(writes $4,500 on the paper) and that'll cover all of your fees, taxes, and title. This is an excellent deal as this car is worth well over $6,000 dollars." I inform him that I know that the car in question is valued at 3,900(dealer) to 4,900(private) on kelly bluebook and decline his offer. I am still not sure if it is the same car or not so I inform him that I am not actually holding any money on me and that I was just here to check the car out, I never said I wanted to buy it so I am still not sure why he started doing the paper work. He says something along the lines of, " I am not sure what you're doing here if you don't have any money to put down on it." I explain to him that I have been in an accident so the insurance company told me that I have to find a car, tell them, they send me a check, pick my car up, and then I can buy the car and that I