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I don't hate haggling. People should haggle for everything. Hell, I ask for a manager and haggle at walmite. I love it .. they squirm. But I do most of the 'shopping' online. Find what I want, track it down. Even phone the dealership and light the fires. Then I arrive. Then the fun begins. Dealer prep ... delivery ... tire inflation charge ... that's all dealer fluff that the factory doesn't get a cut from. And they hate to deal on that. They'll say they can't. I don't care where they take it off ... but all those numbers are their profit and it's your job as a car buyer to leave them as little as you can.

 

People that don't haggle are why the US is choosing between the two worst candidates since 1776. No balls.

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The only car I would consider buying online is a project car since I am not looking for the perfect car. Rather I am looking for the proper starting point. Otherwise it  is in person and haggle away.

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Ok, true confession here... I bought my '68 GTO, Black Betty, online, sight unseen other than pictures. I will not do that again. It was as advertised, but there were a few little things that, were I there in person, I would have noticed and would have pointed out to the seller to fix or come down a few bucks on price.

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