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    Quote Originally Posted by danewilson77 View Post
    It is, what it is. There's all kinds of crazy shit going on. Take everything at face value.

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    its a conspiracy... you took a payoff didn't you... didnt you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nextelbuddy View Post
    its a conspiracy... you took a payoff didn't you... didnt you!
    No.

    Against my better judgment, I'm going to post what the PO sent me after reading this thread. I figured we could learn some lessons from it. Car buying and selling is not always an honest business with the utmost integrity. We all know that. I am purposely leaving buyer and seller names off of this post, to ensure anonymity and it doesn't really matter specifically who bought, and is now selling this vehicle. DTA.

    'Hey Dane,

    You know, I suspected that was going to happen. He had the title put in their name because he said his brother worked at the dealership and was going to set him up with a warranty. It screwed us up on the transfer since the title/tag place wouldn't provide a temp tag since the car wasn't titled to him. Against my better judgement, I let him keep my tag to get the car home. He did mail it back. I am happy with how it worked out because I didn't want to sit on it forever and deal with lots of knuckleheads. I am annoyed that he still felt the need to get $$$ off when he got here and the BS about the car being for his wife. Glad in principle I only conceded $200. I assume the dealer has put some money in it (front tires, fluid flush/replacement)and offers some sort of warranty?? It will be interesting to see how quickly it moves at that price. Cheers,"

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    Car buying/selling can be a great thing, but often times is a nasty business. Just have to roll with the punches and understand it comes with the territory.

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    nice transparency.. i was only kidding with you man about the payoff lol
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    Thanks for sharing, Dane.

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    I also must say, that while we are all envious of EAGs business, and sometimes wish we can buy cars quicker then them, they are a classy group of professional business men. In a corny way, I felt honored that my M5 was worthy of being in their inventory. And I now understand why they have such an amazing and respected business.


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    Quote Originally Posted by illirep View Post
    I also must say, that while we are all envious of EAGs business, and sometimes wish we can buy cars quicker then them, they are a classy group of professional business men. In a corny way, I felt honored that my M5 was worthy of being in their inventory. And I now understand why they have such an amazing and respected business.
    +1 on "classy group of professional businessmen". I've dealt with EAG twice - and hope to do business with them sometime in the future. An absolute pleasure to do business with, totally transparent, fair, and passionate about their reputation.

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    They're not gonna speak up they're gonna laugh all the way to the bank.

    Good investment.


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    Now on sale for 25k


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    This gets more and more ridiculous as time goes on.

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