My stepdaughter has a friend (Josh) who works as a salesman at Vandergriff Honda. Josh convinced her that even though her credit had some problems, he could take her 97 Accord in trade and put her into a beautiful 03 Mustang convertible that just came in. She signed all the papers with her mom as co-signor and drove away happy as a clam. A week later the finance manager calls her and says that with her credit rating they couldn't get the financing (almost 16% interest!) that they were expecting but if her mom would apply just in her own name, they could still get the car and even a better rate. So Josh brought the contract out to the house and everything was set up again. No problem. That is until 4 hours later when he calls back and says Mr. Evans (General Manager) won't approve the sale because she's buying the car for her daughter. Interesting way to do business. Guess I can't buy my son a car when he starts to drive either, huh? Just doesn't make sense. Once they sell the car we could drive it off a cliff and it shouldn't make any difference to the dealership, right? We bought it, we paid for it, we insure it, who drives it isn't their concern. My gut feeling is that Mr. Evans either wanted it for himself, his daughter, a friend, or he thought he could get more money out of it by selling it to another customer. Josh (the friend) drove the Honda to my stepdaughter's place of business last night and took the Mustang back. Something smells fishy. If it's important to you to make your customers happy (as you've indicated in your rebuttal on this site) Mr. Evans, why would you not return our numerous calls to you??? Car dealerships sometimes earn their reputations, don't they?