Some really good advice even I would follow. Too, I've had a few used cars and I can say from the buyers aspect I was looking for honesty, how well the car was cared for. Way better buying from a private seller, the dealers, not saying all but they'll do anything to sell a used car. I made out OK but say a year after ownership and your vacuuming under the seats and find those little broken pebbles of safety glass?
That happened twice to me, these cars appeared flawless and even after the fact I couldn't locate any damage. But you knew a windshield or side window had been broken into those little safety shards. And they had clean Carfax reports, don't completely ever rely on those. Stay away from leased and rental car purchase too, can be very masked, even flood damage Bosses can be for sale, dried out and never insurance claimed. Owner may of had the car but couldn't afford the insurance, who knows?
My point being from both sides of the coin, for sales you must be a salesman of sort. Not necessiliary in person but the material presentation as stated in threads here. Believe "Egan" was it just sold his Boss, had his sale portfolio here anyways. Now I would of bought his car myself as an example if I were searching or serious consideration at least. If a Boss for sale also had a set of expensive axlebacks, would be a plus if I were interested. New tires, not a good feature on a car with 4K miles lol.
Edited by Rich B., 19 March 2017 - 05:15 AM.