I only had $3000 to spend on a car, as I am a single mom and on a tight budget. Spending that much on a car was a hard decision for me to make, but I needed something reliable. Mr. Winston at first seemed like a great guy, but boy was I wrong. I test drove a car and I bought it. I swear when I came to pick it up the next day it was a different car. It was running when I picked it up, and I drove it home and turned it off. The next day when I tried to turn it on I knew I had made a big mistake. It wouldn't turn on unless you held the gas pedal down and everytime I came to a stop, the car stalled. I had to drive with two feet and even while braking I had to keep my foot on the gas to prevent it from stalling. I took it back to MORE 3 times to have it fixed and it was never fixed. Within one week of buying the car the radio went, the heat went, the moonroof wouldn't open, the electric windows wouldn't work, when I got a flat tire I couldn't even change it because Mr. Winston never gave me the key for the rims to be able to take off the tire. I didn't realize the tires were bald when I brought the car home either. My mechanic told me that it had been in an accident where airbags had been deployed, which Winston lied about. He also lied to me about the timing belt. I bought the car in November. December I had to put in a new tranmission. January I had to get a new muffler because the thing just fell off. I would cry to Winston because I was spending money that I couldn't even afford just to be able to get to work. He was adamant that the sale was "as is". I paid $3,000 for a car that my mechanic told me was worth at best $1,000. I ended up putting $2,000 into the car which didn't even get it running right. Finally, I just gave up and bought a different car somewhere else. I wouldn't even recommend MORE to my worst enemy. Do not buy there. And don't let him feed you the line that he's selling the car for a medical student that had to go back to Santiago, Chile because one of the times I was waiting on my car to be worked on there I heard him tell that same story he told me to another prospective buyer. Mr. Winston is a wolf in sheep's clothing and he is a liar and a shady businessman. He definitely bait and switched the car I bought, I know I test drove a different car than the one I brought home.