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Wondering

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Jun 4, 2012
punjab wrote:
This thread begs the question: Is there a good, honest, and reasonable used car dealer in Frankfort?
I would say that the answer is a definite yes, and I do not sell cars.

The problem is that when the state gave them an option to sell cars as is, that was the start of a lot of bad things. Even a lot of car dealers don't know if they have a lemon, when they sell it. Many years ago they had to guarantee it, so the customer was more protected back then. Now, they can sell it as is and the problem is no longer theirs, unless you buy an extended warranty.

Buying a car is like gambling. Sometimes you win, sometimes you break even, and sometimes you lose. Me..if I can't get any type of warranty out of the dealer, I either buy an extended warranty or I don't buy. Also, I have had problems by buying a used car, even when I checked out the previous owner and had an independent mechanic check it. It is like pot luck.
Richard McCoy Jr

Greenwood, IN

#24 Jun 4, 2012
punjab wrote:
This thread begs the question: Is there a good, honest, and reasonable used car dealer in Frankfort?
Yes, Del Real Auto Sales.
John

Brooklyn, NY

#25 Jun 4, 2012
Wondering wrote:
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I would say that the answer is a definite yes, and I do not sell cars.
The problem is that when the state gave them an option to sell cars as is, that was the start of a lot of bad things. Even a lot of car dealers don't know if they have a lemon, when they sell it. Many years ago they had to guarantee it, so the customer was more protected back then. Now, they can sell it as is and the problem is no longer theirs, unless you buy an extended warranty.
Buying a car is like gambling. Sometimes you win, sometimes you break even, and sometimes you lose. Me..if I can't get any type of warranty out of the dealer, I either buy an extended warranty or I don't buy. Also, I have had problems by buying a used car, even when I checked out the previous owner and had an independent mechanic check it. It is like pot luck.
Any car i have taken there to be worked on they say it needs a new engine. Like the lincoln. I don't think they even look at it. Sorry but I think they are dishonest.
yes indeed

United States

#26 Jun 4, 2012
I agree with Tony Del Real being honest. I love my car and will continue to support his business.

He also doesn't blow his own horn about the things he does for the community. Something another salesperson could take a lesson from..
yes indeed

United States

#28 Jun 4, 2012
Enoughs wrote:
If Keith is soo good! Why is he at a used car lot? Cause no one can't stand to be around him..
That's why he has to give out donuts...
the real story

United States

#30 Jun 5, 2012
Wondering wrote:
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I would say that the answer is a definite yes, and I do not sell cars.
The problem is that when the state gave them an option to sell cars as is, that was the start of a lot of bad things. Even a lot of car dealers don't know if they have a lemon, when they sell it. Many years ago they had to guarantee it, so the customer was more protected back then. Now, they can sell it as is and the problem is no longer theirs, unless you buy an extended warranty.
Buying a car is like gambling. Sometimes you win, sometimes you break even, and sometimes you lose. Me..if I can't get any type of warranty out of the dealer, I either buy an extended warranty or I don't buy. Also, I have had problems by buying a used car, even when I checked out the previous owner and had an independent mechanic check it. It is like pot luck.
So again, it is some one else's fault? If the mechaniic is remotely decent, he will uncover things that the average driver won't. It isn't pot luck as you would have us to believe.

Let's not be hanging this on the Govt either. Businesses should want to be honest and not need mandates.
Deb

Elkhart, IN

#31 Jun 5, 2012
Ive done my research on Mr Gephart and he sold new vehicles for 17 years only to drift away from new vehicles because of greedy owners that failed to keep their own dealerships open. I have bought many vehicles from him myself personally along with all my family & friends. He also served ten years active duty in the Army and is a Disabled Veteran. He wears a ring full of diamonds that proves he was the best new car salesman for many years. He is definitely a professional in the auto industry and sets a great example for others by his expertise and giving personality. Perhaps those that want to slam him are very jealous of his sales history and for the fact that he is so giving to others. I can tell you first hand he would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Each of you need to learn respect and live by it as he does. He has even taken it upon himself to raise funds numerous times to help bury friends and loved ones, ask yourself if your that type of person? Just maybe he is comfortable selling used vehicles because he has tired of selling for greedy people and sees himself as a giver instead of a taker. He is the type of person that will tell you exactly how he feels without hiding behind a curtain of politically correctness which many admire him for. Affordable Automotive is the only place myself and family and friends will ever purchase a vehicle. Respect your Veterans and others and maybe one day someone will respect you the same way. Im sure theres another side to this lady's story that isnt being told as there always is two sides to every story but it seems its easier for you critters to keep hiding and slamming others because of your own low self esteem.
DAWN

Carol Stream, IL

#32 Jun 6, 2012
the real story wrote:
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So again, it is some one else's fault? If the mechaniic is remotely decent, he will uncover things that the average driver won't. It isn't pot luck as you would have us to believe.
Let's not be hanging this on the Govt either. Businesses should want to be honest and not need mandates.
You seem to know alot about this donut salesman "Yes indeed"? Why is that? What else do you know? Is all you do is talk about this place or do you have a realjob? Find something better to do with your life and get on with it!! Seriously,did he personally hurt you,did you buy a bad car,is your life ruined by what he does on a daily basis? Wow,your an adult causing drama! Get over it and yourself,you cant be perfect by any means!
Bill Clem Sr

United States

#33 Jun 6, 2012
DAWN wrote:
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You seem to know alot about this donut salesman "Yes indeed"? Why is that? What else do you know? Is all you do is talk about this place or do you have a realjob? Find something better to do with your life and get on with it!! Seriously,did he personally hurt you,did you buy a bad car,is your life ruined by what he does on a daily basis? Wow,your an adult causing drama! Get over it and yourself,you cant be perfect by any means!
I bet its because he puts his delivery announcement out there.
Bill Clem Sr

United States

#34 Jun 7, 2012
Deb wrote:
Ive done my research on Mr Gephart and he sold new vehicles for 17 years only to drift away from new vehicles because of greedy owners that failed to keep their own dealerships open. I have bought many vehicles from him myself personally along with all my family & friends. He also served ten years active duty in the Army and is a Disabled Veteran. He wears a ring full of diamonds that proves he was the best new car salesman for many years. He is definitely a professional in the auto industry and sets a great example for others by his expertise and giving personality. Perhaps those that want to slam him are very jealous of his sales history and for the fact that he is so giving to others. I can tell you first hand he would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Each of you need to learn respect and live by it as he does. He has even taken it upon himself to raise funds numerous times to help bury friends and loved ones, ask yourself if your that type of person? Just maybe he is comfortable selling used vehicles because he has tired of selling for greedy people and sees himself as a giver instead of a taker. He is the type of person that will tell you exactly how he feels without hiding behind a curtain of politically correctness which many admire him for. Affordable Automotive is the only place myself and family and friends will ever purchase a vehicle. Respect your Veterans and others and maybe one day someone will respect you the same way. Im sure theres another side to this lady's story that isnt being told as there always is two sides to every story but it seems its easier for you critters to keep hiding and slamming others because of your own low self esteem.
Now keith, disguising yourself as a woman??? Talking about blowing your own horn... Diamond ring? Military?

Quit show boating son
yea right

United States

#35 Jun 7, 2012
Deb wrote:
Ive done my research on Mr Gephart and he sold new vehicles for 17 years only to drift away from new vehicles because of greedy owners that failed to keep their own dealerships open. I have bought many vehicles from him myself personally along with all my family & friends. He also served ten years active duty in the Army and is a Disabled Veteran. He wears a ring full of diamonds that proves he was the best new car salesman for many years. He is definitely a professional in the auto industry and sets a great example for others by his expertise and giving personality. Perhaps those that want to slam him are very jealous of his sales history and for the fact that he is so giving to others. I can tell you first hand he would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Each of you need to learn respect and live by it as he does. He has even taken it upon himself to raise funds numerous times to help bury friends and loved ones, ask yourself if your that type of person? Just maybe he is comfortable selling used vehicles because he has tired of selling for greedy people and sees himself as a giver instead of a taker. He is the type of person that will tell you exactly how he feels without hiding behind a curtain of politically correctness which many admire him for. Affordable Automotive is the only place myself and family and friends will ever purchase a vehicle. Respect your Veterans and others and maybe one day someone will respect you the same way. Im sure theres another side to this lady's story that isnt being told as there always is two sides to every story but it seems its easier for you critters to keep hiding and slamming others because of your own low self esteem.
This whole post reeks of either Keith or one of his friends posting for him.

There is way too much 'look at me(keith)' going on here.

How much more arrogance could be written than this stuff above? Incredible.
Anonymous

Frankfort, IN

#36 Jun 7, 2012
Doughnuts anyone? LMAO
normal

Hobart, IN

#37 Jun 13, 2012
It's not different anywhere you purchase!! Period
Jan

Ladoga, IN

#38 Jun 16, 2012
bottom line....sounds like "margie" should have done more research before purchasing. Why would anyone buy a saturn when they are defunct now? when buying a used car, youre always taking a chance. No one can predict the future, so if a person cant afford the extended warranty, then they might consider purchasing a different car to protect theirself.......just common sense people
seriously

United States

#39 Jun 16, 2012
Jan wrote:
bottom line....sounds like "margie" should have done more research before purchasing. Why would anyone buy a saturn when they are defunct now? when buying a used car, youre always taking a chance. No one can predict the future, so if a person cant afford the extended warranty, then they might consider purchasing a different car to protect theirself.......just common sense people
Sounds like a King defending his actions. Sad
cents

Hobart, IN

#40 Jun 16, 2012
How much for oil?
car salesman

United States

#41 Jun 16, 2012
cents wrote:
How much for oil?
Don't know about oil, but a dozen donuts can be had from the bakery in R-town for 7 bucks
chey

Niles, IL

#42 Jun 17, 2012
Buy Chevy anywhere no problems!

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