Ford Dealership Allegedly Damages Guy’s BOSS 302, Tells Him it Was His Fault
When you hear some of the stories that come from car dealerships and their workers, ...
When you hear some of the stories that come from car dealerships and their workers, you really have to wonder exactly what they’re thinking. Now, of course, it’s important to remember that there are two sides to every story but with the amount of horror stories that you hear from various dealerships around the country, you can’t help but wonder what some of these places are up to when their employees take hold of customer cars and really do some questionable things. You’d think that, when a sports car comes in that somebody is probably passionate about, that they’d take an extra precaution to be a little bit more careful with how they take care of these things. I mean, you want to take care of everyone’s car, but I would be even more nervous being responsible for someone’s pride and joy!
In this one, we catch up with the owner of a Ford Mustang that just happens to be a boss 302. At a glance, this “Gotta Have it Green” vehicle looks to be incredibly clean, maintained without a single spot on the car, however, when you get up close and personal with the front bumper, you discover that maybe somebody had a little bit of an accident. This is where things get a little bit interesting because, the owner claims that he had a nice little chin spoiler on the car when it entered the dealership and no damage was done to the bottom of the bumper. However, the owner of the vehicle is telling his viewers that the dealership is saying that they believe that it came through their doors with the damage already done.
Check out the video below that assesses the damage and be sure to tell us what you think happened here. The fact that we’re all car guys here really makes us want to take this guy’s side, however, a more objective reality really makes you wonder who is telling the truth here. Sure, every day I’m sure that dealers across the country get away with things like this, however, it could just be another person looking for a little handout to get their car fixed, after all. As of now, it looks like we’re stuck in a “he said, she said” standoff.