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If you want to call me a moron...(MORE) (archive)

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Posted by Alex Argyros on January 26, 2000 at 16:36:00:

In Reply to: Alright moron read up(more) posted by jomama on January 26, 2000 at 16:00:41:

...you are more than welcomed, but please
TELL IT TO MY FACE. I like the way you used
the term IF because obviously you do not have
$10,000,000. You could say whatever you
want, but believe it or not, I've exceeded that mark. You see you have TOTALLY missed the point. I, Alex Argyros, who lives in NY City
(you have my E-mail address if you want to
talk further) will NEVER EVER pay above retail for any CAR. There are some that will, but
they are in the MINORITY. To me and many
others it's THE PRINCIPLE. Do I feel the
$25,000, you bet! I was raised by a mother
and father who were immigrants. I know
the value of $$$. My money was made since 1981 in stock markets here and abroad and foreign real estate. Most "rich" people, will not pay over what something is worth. Do I disagree with
your statements?...No, of course there are a
few who want the car NOW and will pay the
$25,000, but it's not me. DO YOU NOW
UNDERSTAND MY POINT?

By the way, you don't have a $10,000,000
vocabulary either.

Alex
[email protected]



: If I made $10,000,000 a year and I want an M5 NOW, not 12 months from now, but TODAY, I would go to a dealership that had one. Would I care about the $25K? NO. I don't even FEEL IT. That's the way this country works dumbshit. The rich people get all the good stuff first. And I'm fine with that. These dealers have a right to make as much money possible. GOD UR STUPID. GO HOME AND GET AN EDUCATION.

:
: : Sorry, I correct myself...the dealer is
: : a "LEGAL CROOK".

: : The bottom line is that Ralley Motors
: : in Roslyn, New York has a policy of selling
: : M5s at retail price. You will have to go on
: : a waiting list for about 12-18 months.

: : Why is this dealer in Ohio charging 25,000 more? Because he knows that people who really don't
: : know better will pay for it. I guarantee you
: : that if you go in that dealer and give him
: : a bank check for retail price that you will get
: : an M5. You might have to wait for it for a while,
: : but you will get it.

: : I never said anything derogatory about a free market economy. I never said that a HOT car like the M5 should sell BELOW retail. IF ANYONE
: : ELSE SEES THIS IN MY MESSAGE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
: : Maybe I'm nuts?!

: : Chris, please let me know where you and your salespeople buy your lunch so that I could call the restaurant and ask them to charge you double because lunch is a HOT ITEM.

: : Thank You...Have a nice day. I love FREEDOM
: : of SPEECH.

: : Alex
: :
: : : Just curious Alex, but what aspect of the free market system do you not understand and/or agree with?

: : : If you've ever taken economics 101, you hopefully remember the good old meeting point of the supply and demand curves. That's the price level, baby.

: : : Why does a dealer have to sell at or below MSRP to be legitimate? I bet you'd have no problem if a dealer was willing to sell you a car BELOW MSRP (and please don't forget the word "suggested" in there). So what is the problem selling a car above MSRP if people are willing to pay it?

: : : I'm not willing to pay 25K over msrp for an M5, but if someone else is, I have no problem with a dealer making money off that person. And frankly, I really can't understand why you do.

: :
: : : : Any legitimate dealer will sell it at retail price. If we as BMW enthusiasts want this
: : : : type of thing to stop, we should put the dealer's
: : : : name all over this board so that "the world" knows
: : : : that he is ripping people off BIG TIME. Maybe
: : : : we should get the IRS to check out how much
: : : : he reports selling it for?

: : : : Maybe the blame goes to the people who are willing
: : : : to spend over retail price. As much as I really
: : : : like the car, I would never ever give a dealer
: : : : over retail price, even if I had Bill Gate's money.

: : : : Alex
: : : : '97 540iA with practically Dinan
: : : : everything

: : : : : While driving to a meeting today I passed an
: : : : : exotic car dealer in Northeast Ohio and what would
: : : : : they be displaying in their showroom window?
: : : : : A Silver M5 !!! It appeared to be Titanium Silver,
: : : : : black interior, and Dunlop's on the 18" wheels.

: : : : : The MSRP for the car was $74,500 and get this, the
: : : : : dealer had added a line called "market demand" and
: : : : : added $25,000 to the MSRP.......Yes, you too could
: : : : : have this M5 for a mere $99,500 !!!!

: : : : : Impressions: Great looking car!, love the wheels,
: : : : : rear spoiler is small and underplayed, very well done!
: : : : : The front air intake on the other hand is 'huge' and
: : : : : ready to eat anything in its path....

: : : : : Would love to have one but will settle for my '00
: : : : : 528i when it arrives in March.




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