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Complaint Review: Chuck Carlson
Chuck Carlson25 E Main St Farmington, Arkansas USA
Chuck Carlson Farmington Auto Sales "Mechanically sound" used car starts smoking 10 min after leaving the lot! Farmington Arkansas
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First of all, this used car dealer has posts on Craigslist in the "for sale by owner" category, which is prohibited. We didn't even know he was a dealer until we pulled up at the address. He sold me a car on Sat 7.13.13 with an "as is, no warranty" contract and I agreed to it because I honestly thought he was an honest person and I had test driven the car and it seemed great. He told me he was a mechanic so I believed the car would be in good shape needing nothing because thats what he told me. He told me the car was mechanically sound. 10 min after leaving the lot with it, white smoke started coming out of the tail pipe and the engine revved itself so high while in park we thought it would explode. I called the dealer immediately and he didn't answer, left a voicemail, no answer. He had left for the day. The check engine light came on before we even made it an hr and a half home. [continued below]....
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