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Posted by Anders on October 20, 1999 at 14:29:15:

In Reply to: Anders, I am not sure about No. 5. Most dealers posted by don't want the paperwork (eom) Dave N on October 20, 1999 at 13:15:53:

Like Jon said, euro del is the most paperwork intensive deal. And I agree. But the fact that the dealer can sell an extra car for profit, and potentially have an extra car for future maintaince work, that's could be a good reason to deal. In fact, if you tell a dealer that you will not be servicing your car there, they may not sell you the car at all.

When I was looking for a dealer for my car, I called 15 dealers in CA and 3 dealers took my lowest bid, they are all around 15 miles of my home. And I live in the Bay Area, CA.

Just my observation,

- Anders

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