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Lou Porreco

Meadville, PA

#1 Jun 29, 2011
Did anyone see the car lot on 26th? They must repair the wrecks up the street and sell them there. Don't you think he should have named the place something else?
Almost customer

Chicago, IL

#2 Jun 29, 2011
Dealing with one of the salesman there and he seemed quite arrogant. They have half the cars are specialty type. Streetrod and muscle cars. Seemed expensive! Bonell wants to be next hallman?
BOB ROTH

Columbus, OH

#3 Jun 29, 2011
Almost customer wrote:
Dealing with one of the salesman there and he seemed quite arrogant. They have half the cars are specialty type. Streetrod and muscle cars. Seemed expensive! Bonell wants to be next hallman?
Hallman? What specialty cars? Hyundi,chevy,ford or Toyota? None seem to be very special! Toyota is the only brand worth looking at! Scott is trying to be like George when he had special interest cars on 26th street! Erie will never support a car lot like that unless they put the reconstructed title cars on ebay!! You can hardly tell they have been repaired unless you stop and look at them, at 45 mph they look pretty good at a glance
Lou Porreco

Meadville, PA

#4 Jun 29, 2011
BOB ROTH wrote:
<quoted text> Hallman? What specialty cars? Hyundi,chevy,ford or Toyota? None seem to be very special! Toyota is the only brand worth looking at! Scott is trying to be like George when he had special interest cars on 26th street! Erie will never support a car lot like that unless they put the reconstructed title cars on ebay!! You can hardly tell they have been repaired unless you stop and look at them, at 45 mph they look pretty good at a glance
Wow who is Erie's biggest weasel? George lyons hands down. Scott is running a close second. He is a little full of himself. His lot is full of overpriced repaired wrecks or auction cars. The Glass company will last a year or so before he gets tired of losing money.
Lou Porreco

Meadville, PA

#5 Jun 29, 2011
Almost customer wrote:
Dealing with one of the salesman there and he seemed quite arrogant. They have half the cars are specialty type. Streetrod and muscle cars. Seemed expensive! Bonell wants to be next hallman?
I think more like Colonial Sunoco. Remember those thieves?
Judge and Jury

Sulphur, LA

#6 Jun 29, 2011
Oh you guys!!!!! These folks you are taking about have worked very hard and taken huge financial risks to build and or establish their business.Why don't the ones running their mouths go try to do the same and see what a challenge it is to be in business in this judgemental town.Bet none of you would be able to hang.

Since: Nov 07

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#7 Jun 30, 2011
Every loser hates a winner! LMAO!
Ned Digs

Carrollton, OH

#8 Jul 1, 2011
Rollout wrote:
Every loser hates a winner! LMAO!
who is the winner? Not Bonnell. He is a p u ssy. With all the money he screwed out of people for his "racing" he couldn't win a race. Getting hurt gave him an excuse to quit.
Jeff Howell

Erie, PA

#9 Jul 1, 2011
He has to fund his waterfall inside his waiting area. Too bad a few insurance companies gave him the boot.

Besides most of those cars dot belong to him. He is selling them on consignment.

Since: Nov 07

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#10 Jul 1, 2011
Ned Digs wrote:
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who is the winner? Not Bonnell. He is a p u ssy. With all the money he screwed out of people for his "racing" he couldn't win a race. Getting hurt gave him an excuse to quit.
So he has made your life a living hell huh? LMAO!!

Haters gonna hate!
Rollout

Columbus, OH

#11 Jul 1, 2011
I have a deal where I get a commission every time I use the term "LMAO." That's why it's in every post I make. As for the childish name-calling, I do that for free because I know no one on this board respects me or takes me seriously.
s freud

Stow, OH

#12 Jul 1, 2011
Rollout wrote:
I have a deal where I get a commission every time I use the term "LMAO." That's why it's in every post I make. As for the childish name-calling, I do that for free because I know no one on this board respects me or takes me seriously.
Thank you for the spot on self analysis. Overcoming your personality flaws has to start with you.

Since: Nov 07

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#13 Jul 1, 2011
Rollout wrote:
I have a deal where I get a commission every time I use the term "LMAO." That's why it's in every post I make. As for the childish name-calling, I do that for free because I know no one on this board respects me or takes me seriously.
Great rebutt! LMAO!!

Anything else you would like to add?

Jealousy of the working people is a terrible trait! LOL!
Ned Digs

Meadville, PA

#14 Jul 2, 2011
I just like to hate. I don't know you but I hate you already.It's a free country and I believe calling a spade a spade. A friend of mine worked for this jerk. She said the religous commercials he runs couldn't be further from the truth. Any business that expresses religous tones to their advertising should be suspect.

Since: Nov 07

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#15 Jul 2, 2011
There are 2 sides to every story!
Ned Digs

Meadville, PA

#16 Jul 2, 2011
The side where he screwed his sponsors or when he screwed his employees. Maybe there are 3 sides.
Richard Simmons

Youngstown, OH

#17 Jul 2, 2011
I don't know anything about Bonnell's except I have taken two vehicles there for body work (not my fault) and the results were superb and it did not cost me a dime. I traded in one of the vehicles years later and the Toyota dealer asked me if I ever replaced the front end panel. Their expert said the only reason they suspected it was replaced was because there was no DOT sticker on the panel. He stated whoever did the work did a fantastic job. I would agree that his used car prices are high, but does that warrant being bashed? Go somewhere else.
Jack LaLaine

Erie, PA

#18 Jul 2, 2011
Richard Simmons wrote:
I don't know anything about Bonnell's except I have taken two vehicles there
To be on the safe side you should stick with just the first 4 words of your story.
Richard Simmons

Youngstown, OH

#19 Jul 2, 2011
Jack LaLaine wrote:
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To be on the safe side you should stick with just the first 4 words of your story.
To be on the safe side, you should put my pen is in your mouth.
Richard Simmons

Youngstown, OH

#20 Jul 2, 2011
Jack LaLaine wrote:
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To be on the safe side you should stick with just the first 4 words of your story.
Again.

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