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July 14, 2008


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My steps to getting a great deal on a car:

Be a major supplier of banking supplies and forms to the car dealership, find what car you want, then call them up and ask them to order one for you. Wait a few months. Head in to sign the paperwork and get employee pricing on everything (~$500 over invoice and lower dealer fees.)

I read that piece it was hilarious. It was a nine part series of undercover work at a dealership right? The guy had to sell at two different types of dealerships and he got to understand the different type of kickbacks.

I remember reading the whole series a long time ago and it was really interesting. Although it was long, I couldn't stop. Recommended :)

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