Where to begin? First off, International (Scam) Motors Productions was recommended to me by a mechanic friend of mine. Since this time I am no longer considering him my friend or a good mechanic after my experience at International Motor productions, the only truth to their name is it truly is a PRODUCTION. On Thursday of the previous week a colleague of mine phoned me and asked me to join him in a search for a new car, preferably a BMW. So as a good friend and A BMW enthusiast, I agreed to help him make a solid purchase of a used BMW. So, as the story goes we drove over to International and walked onto their lot in their new warehouse. We were approached by a gentleman who identified himself as John; really all I saw was greasy haired used car sales man. John proceeded to bloviate about how they sell roughly eighty cars a month, thats the biggest bunch of B S*** I have ever heard and that was the first red flag. [continued below]....
..... So, we walked around and looked at some of their inventory, first off this is a wholesaler and you really dont expect much but WOW!!! Just walking around you could feel the s**t, looked on the floor and there was engine oil and transmission oil all over the place. Moving along, we come to a 2003 745li BMW with 101k miles which they wanted way to much money for. Look, we realized that was a lot of mileage, however if the car had been serviced well and maintained against the BMW recommended services schedules then why not take a closer look. Well, first the car wouldnt even crank over, second you could tell someone had tried to repair the front fender and didnt blend the paint right. Around this time, there was a blue 745li right in front of the one we were looking into. I jumped into the driver seat and cranked it up, and man I feel sorry for the person who buys this car. The engine sounded like complete a*s and the computer was trying to shut down some of the cylinders, big misfire. So I turn off the car, jumped out, and I guess I said it was a piece of s*** to loud and the owner Brigitte Brown was out there and got all defensive and made up some excuse she ran out of gas and the engine was misfiring do to her running out of gas. YEAH WHATEVER!!! Ok back to the story. Other then that; the other 2003 745li looked from a cosmetic level to be in good to excellent condition. My buddy and I decided well its late and we would go home for the evening and sleep on it. The next day, we had a long conversation and cranked open the old computer/internet and what do you know nothing but bad press on these clowns. Having agreed to return the next day we did so, but with our radars on full perk. In my mind we werent buying this car. My buddy insisted on taking it for a drive and driving it over to my mechanic friend. I entered into a conversation with John, we started to run through the car with him and I mentioned the service two requirements. OH JOHNNY BOY!!! Man was he uneasy after that question; clearly this car with this type of mileage would have transmission problems if not serviced. John, proceeds to tell me the car doesnt need to have the transmission fluid changed, just spark plugs or we could purchase a warranty! Oh John, stop selling BMWs now you have no idea what youre talking about! You should probably stick to those Toyota mini vans you have in the warehouse. John walks into his office and claims he called the dealership, when clearly he didnt, comes back and tells us the dealership says no you dont have to do that. WOW!!! LIES!!! So, we said ok, well we will take it to the dealership and have them tell us that, OH NO JOHNNY WASNT HAVING THAT!!! His response, (A good one) was, Do you have an appointment? NO. He comes back with; well we need to make an appointment with them so we know when you will be there and back. So we asked, why dont we just take it for a drive now and JOHNNY BOY wouldnt have that either. So needless to say that was a $37,000 dollar mistake on Johns part and we walked or more so ran off the lot and the a*****e had the balls to call me a p***k. Anyways, you see on the way home the previous night, I saw a beautiful 750i sitting on what appeared to be a legitimate lot right around the corner. So my buddy and I drove over there, and man what a relief. Spencer the sales guy was a professional from the start (they are on midway RD in Addison Tx) and sold my buddy a 2007 750i BMW Black/on Black with 53,000 miles with the $6,500 dollar sports package upgrade (22 wheels) man what a car!!! Gorgeous car truly purchased from a private BMW auction which John and Bridgett would never be welcome at. So in summary, John may sell eighty cars a month but not to me or my friends. For those of you reading this, stay away, these types of out fits need to be bled and put out of business.
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