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Re: “Have I Driven a Ford Lately?

Here we go again. Traded a $28,000 vehicle for a $13,000. car?? A vehicle once sold NEW can NEVER be sold as "new" again. Its a law! So, the $28,000 Toyota is now USED.......ever heard of depreciation? ALL NEW CARS PLUMMET LIKE A ROCK. Period! Its now worth $20,000. to a dealer who must sell it as "USED". Some new Focus cars sell for nearly $20,000. If Lithia is guilty then so is Petersen, right? Did they not sell the "poor judgement", "failing eyesight" gentleman a new car also?????. See, as usual, the senior Mr. Baxter is being exploited by your paper because his son is not happy with "the deal his daddy got"...it always comes down to money folks. Using him as a scapegoat for "the deal he got". I'll bet I could've got a better deal on the $28,000 Toyota, too. Where was junior when daddy drove home with a new Toyota he didnt need. Why not ask Petersen why they didnt sell him a nice, clean USED one and save him thousands?? After all, hes not mentally capable to buy a car on his own, right??? Now the Boise Weekly needs to apologize to Lithia for an article wrought with innuendo and half-truths. Its the right thing to do!!! Dano Savino

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Posted by Dan Savino on 11/17/2005 at 9:59 AM

Re: “Have I Driven a Ford Lately?

I'm sure the following scathing,sardonic, retort to your bashing of Lithia Ford will not go into print but for the record , I'm not an employee of Ford but having owned several businesses, I'd like you to consider firing your obvious Liberal reporter Peter Wollheim for a biased, non-researched lack of facts article full of lies, innuendos and half-truths. As a veteran, its sad the VA has been involved since they are getting information NOT from Frank Baxter, but rather from a disgruntled son who did not purchase the car. Unhappy with pappy, junior decided to become his daddys savior, because juniors ego wanted "a better deal" for his daddy. Thats it in a nutshell. Not ONCE in this fraudulent-wretched article has the elder Baxter been quoted, asked for HIS money back or demanded anything. Not long ago another national reporter was humiliated and reprimanded for his lack of judgement, poor editorializing and demeaning anothers reputation. Mr. Wollheim, like DAN RATHER, is way out of touch and owes Lithia Ford an apology. But, hey, only a REAL MAN would do that. Dano Savino

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Posted by Dan Savino on 11/16/2005 at 12:20 PM

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