[DMCForum] Re: The power of a DMC
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[DMCForum] Re: The power of a DMC
- From: "Josh Porter" <joshp1986@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006 05:49:08 -0000
Awsome stories! You're the kind of customers that I used to root for
at the dealership. The sales reps. and managers hated your kind but
for us small desposable minions we loved your kind.
After the salesman saw my car he tried to raise the price but I
reminded him of what he told me when I rode with my buddy in his 93
s-10. That is what I like about working at a dealership for 2.5
years, I know when they are pulling a bs on me. I get kicked off of
lots alot but it's funny. I looked at a 59 Edsel and was asked to
leave b/c they didn't give me a price that fit the car. Then Katrina
hit and gas went threw the roof. lol
--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Ryan Wright <ryanpwright@xxxx>
> A couple of days ago I was driving down one of the busier 6 lane
> in my area. Some kid in an older Acura wanted to race me - they
> do. I pulled away nice and slow from the stop sign, he took off
> bat out of hell. Then he slowed down, and floored it right as I
> up to him (doing the normal speed limit; I'm not racing anybody!).
> played with me for a few miles attempting to get a reaction before
> getting bored.
> Here's the funny part: His pretty young girlfriend sitting in the
> passenger seat didn't take her eyes off my car the entire time. If
> hadn't needed to turn, I would have opened the door at the next
> and, when he mouthed off, remarked, "Ask your girl which car she'd
> rather be riding in." By the look on her face while he was playing
> shot, the answer was perfectly clear.
> By the way:
> > When he saw my DeLorean in the driveway his whole personality
> > He became more friendly and listened better to what I had to say
> > was more honest with me. Now maybe he takes me serious.
> He only played nice because he figures you have money. Screw him.
> After letting him see you were serious, I would have handed him the
> keys to his "sale" and let him drive it back to the dealership.
> Some quick stories: My wife looks very, very young. When she was
> tried to take her to an R rated movie and the cashier asked me if I
> had ID. I said, "You can't be serious." She said, "Well, you're 21,
> right?" I said, "Of course, but you don't have to be 21 to get
> R rated movie." She said, "Oh, of course not! But you have to be
> buy tickets for a minor." I guess she thought I was some sicko
> something out with my little prepubescent girlfriend. My wife has,
> other occasions, been mistaken for the older daughter of her
> Anyway, in '99 we tried to buy a new Chevy Z71 and the salesman
> complete dick. He assumed we were kids, I believe based mostly on
> apperance but could have been partly on mine as I also look
> young - and wouldn't let us test drive a new truck, instead
> to point us to some older, used models. I asked about a new one
> said, "Those are very expensive." I said, "I didn't ask you how
> they cost. I asked if I could test drive one." He refused. We went
> across the street and spend $8k more on a new Mitsubishi than the
> Chevy would have cost. Salesman at that dealership didn't bat an
> when I told him I was interested in a $35k truck. Afterwards, I
> thanked him for his professionalism.
> Last story: I went into my credit union a couple of years ago to
> another account up. The woman behind the counter was rude and
> generally treated me like shit - that is, until I gave her my
> account number and she saw my balance. Then it's suddenly, "Oh,
> yes sir, sir, what else can I help you with sir?" I told her next
> her attitude changes in response to my balance I'm having a nice
> chat with her superiors.
> My point: Fuck these people who treat you differently when they
> realize you have money (most people have no idea what a DeLorean
> costs; show them the car and they assume you're filthy rich). If
> don't treat someone nice because they assume he isn't well off,
> don't deserve my business. I'm not going to prove anything to
> nor am I going to be happy with fake, bullshit respect. I enjoy
> walking around high end showrooms in regular old street clothes
> to see how these pretentious assholes will treat me. If they won't
> give a normal looking guy respect, I'm not breaking out my
> not-so-normal pocketbook. But I will make damn sure they know
> what I can afford before I walk out on their sorry ass.
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