Category Archives: David McDevitt

Going once, going twice…

I started the bidding at $275. The faces in front of me went instantly from melancholy to downright sullen and FU’ish. Low end dealers, auto recyclers, crushers par excellence, this was an impound lot sale. A final howling call for … Continue reading

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Diary of a Used Car Salesman: Geo Metro

Car haters love it. Car lovers hate it*. The Geo Metro has come to represent the uncomplicated wet dreams of piss poor eco-weenies, and a bare bones deathtrap on wheels for the SUV faithful. It’s surprising that this car has … Continue reading

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Diary of a Used Car Salesman: Depreciation Kills!

“Is that yours?” Millions of car buyers spend billions of dollars hoping that this statement will be born of admiration rather than pity. When these words come out of a car dealer’s mouth at trade-in time, they can be especially … Continue reading

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Diary of a Used Car Salesman

Buying, renting and selling used cars comes easy to me. The hard part for me is the legal side of my life. If I used my real name to write about certain things that go on in my life… repos, … Continue reading

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