Where is the best place to buy a used...

Where is the best place to buy a used car

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United States

#1 May 14, 2009
Where, in LC, Danville or nearby, would you say is the best place to buy a used car?
co gurl

Paducah, KY

#2 May 14, 2009
I say the best place is from Joe Hampton ( Joes used cars) he is a nice honest man! He has a lot in crab orchard where the old philips 66 station used to be.

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#3 May 14, 2009
just what ever you do, do not be tempted by Bill Pritty's Auto Sales on 27 south of Stanford on 27. He is a major crook. His cars are all jacked up and work fine for a day or two until after you have signed all your papers..then it goes to crap like all of his stuff actually is. Another place is the 150 Auto Sales across from the dishbarn. Mr. Cook is a Mr. Crook too. His cars are jacked up most of them have been wrecked or have major engine issues. He even had a car with the air bag missing from the driver's side airbag. Apparently it had been wrecked. The steering wheel was still busted open. Like I said both of these guys are crooks. I know first hand. My sister wouldn't listen to me and got one from both of them. So stay away from "Mr. Bill Beautiful's and Scotty Crooks auto's". They are both bad news. Just warning you.

United States

#4 May 15, 2009
Thanks, that is helpful. If anyone else has information or has bought locally I'd appreciate your input too.

Danville, KY

#5 May 15, 2009
I have a 2004 pontiac grand am for sale. I will make you a great deal on it.

Bothell, WA

#6 May 15, 2009
It's for my parents who haul around grandkids so they are thinking van maybe. And just now starting to think about a different vehicle so this could take a while!
Any Number

East Bernstadt, KY

#7 May 16, 2009
I hear a lot of people don't really like him, but Walker Rowe (is that how you spell his last name?) has always treated me good.

What many people don't seem to realize when they buy a used car is that it's just that. It's used. Most of them WILL have to have some work done to them when you buy it or in the near future.

Somerset, KY

#8 May 16, 2009
My last 3 vehicles were bought from David Hammons, you can go look at his options, there are some without dings but he mostly deals with wrecked redone vehicles, but there are details what is wrong with the vehicle on the window and you can ask him he will tell you. Its on 39 going towards Eubank, you will have to go thru Crab Orchard to get to it. I had a 1997 Ford Taurus, a 2000 Ford Taurus, and a 1999 Chevy Malibu they all run good and had their typical problems any car may have.

Somerset, KY

#9 May 16, 2009
its not here in town but i highly recommend Automall on Nicholasville. They worked with me and did everything they could to get me in the car I was happy with. I will def. be buyin another car from them heres their website http://www.automallonnicholasville.com/

Cordova, TN

#10 May 16, 2009
Got both of mine from Harrodsburg at the Spirit lot.

Clay City, KY

#11 May 18, 2009
co gurl wrote:
I say the best place is from Joe Hampton ( Joes used cars) he is a nice honest man! He has a lot in crab orchard where the old philips 66 station used to be.
Joe's Used Cars owned by Joe Hampton is the best place to find a good reliable used car. He is the most honest used car dealer you will ever meet. He stands behind his vehichles 100%. And lots of time if he dont have what your looking for he will find it for you. Give him a shot you wont be disappointed. His lot is in Crab Orchard and his number is in the book.
I also agree

Macon, GA

#12 May 18, 2009
Joe Hampton's and He stands behind his vehicles also, if you're not in a big hurry call him and if he doesn't have what you want he can be on the look out for it.

United States

#13 May 19, 2009
Thanks everyone. You taking the time to offer information is really helping us know where to start looking.

United States

#14 May 20, 2009
I didn't buy a car but a friend sold one to Paris Burke's place on 150 and he felt it was a good price and that Mr. Burke was a good person to do business with. Might work out when you are on the buying end too.
Hard to find

London, KY

#15 May 20, 2009
I have bought two cars off of Paris "Lincoln Motors" and I am very pleased. If anything should go wrong with it he will fix it also. He has a mechanic there. He has some real good cars for under 3000 dollars now.

Chesterfield, MO

#16 May 21, 2009
David Hammons Classic Cars he has about anything you need and if he doesnt, tell him what you want and he will find it for you. he is the cheapest place I get all of my vehicles from him. mustangs are like 3,000 (sharp)

United States

#17 May 23, 2009
Try Spirit in Harrosburg, great salesmen and great service.

United States

#18 May 27, 2009
Related question: What places also have service departments? I read here that Lincoln Motors does, any others? Thanks for your help. Hopefully my parents will make a purchase soon!

United States

#19 May 27, 2009
Bought our last used vehicle at Bob Allen here in Danville several months ago. Very happy with it!

Louisville, KY

#21 May 29, 2009
A friend bought at Lincoln Motors and had only good things to say. Felt like she got a good deal and was treated well.

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