I called him this morning.
I told him about the keys.
He said he should have them on the other board...no problem.
I told him about the missing floor mats.
He asked if they were even in the car. He thought they weren't
He asked if I looked in the trunk. I said yes. The floormats were all there, and the picture of the interior of my car on his website shows it
I asked him about the additional 1200 miles
"Oh it can't be that much." He said that 3 times. I reminded him it had 43K and now it has 44,287. He said AT MOST it was driven 600 miles for test drives (which I do not believe also). He said the cars are only driven for test drives. BUT when I explained that I found personal items and store-bought items in the car, he said the battery may have died a few times so they may have drove to Home Depot to grab some light bulbs to charge the battery. I guess that trip to and from Home Depot was 1000 miles (or the other 600 that'* unaccounted for by his words)
He also said HE was the only one that drove it.
He said "I may have written the initial miles wrong when you brought it in. I'll check the sheet when I get back." So I am awaiting a phone call to hear the miles he claims was on it. Little does he know, I kept the original contract that we signed that had "43,100" on it.
I didn't get to tell him about the broken ventshade yet since he was at an auction. But he'* calling me back.
Thoughts on his BS anyone?