I looked online and found a car i wanted, a 97 mustang cobra. I talked to a salesman and scheduled a visit for that weekend, as i am stationed in bloomsburg and wouldn't be able to get down to bethlehem after work. The salesman seemed like he didn't know what car i was talking about at the time. I called today to make sure the appointment was still on, and the owner answered the phone. I explained that i was looking for a lower price than listed for a 14 year old car with over 100,000 miles. From there we got into a heated discussion about why someone wanting to make money selling vehicles would work on making a deal for one car, when that person is looking to upgrade his other two vehicles sometime this year. Apparently, my business professors in college were wrong when they said customer loyalty is important. Apparently this joker buys everything in his life with no negotiation on price...i'd love to be his realtor! I tried to explain to him that i wanted to take a look at the car first so we could negotiate, but he talked over me the whole time. I have reported him to the better business bureau, and i wish there were other people to report him to. Its apparent from the reviews that he was never taught manners, or apparently, anything about business. I guess my money isn't as good as anybody else's money, so i guess i'll have to spend it on a different car. I also really like how he shows his true character by commenting on people's reviews and clicks on the 'not helpful' button on peoples reviews too. hey buddy, maybe you should run for some kind of office, you've got the slander part down.