I found that the Chrysler Stow–n–Go feature with the heavy duty hauling package is an ideal vehicle for a Gun Show dealer.
Automatic doors and tailgate make it easy to load and unload and the interior floor space can fit a 4’ X 8’ sheet of plywood flat and straight.
After greeting Lindsey, who happened to be standing next to the sales manager, I said, “I’m here to buy a top of the line Chrysler and I want to dispense with all the crap and be on my way!
With a phone call and return fax of our insurance certificate, and Nemer being set up to grant a temporary registration (permanent one comes in the mail), then they installed new license plates as we did still keep the old silver lady, they detailed the 2014, filled the tank with gas and then Cathy’s checkbook made it all happen.
I pushed the shift to reverse and the back-up camera screen showed me how much room I had to park this thing – so I did.
Meanwhile, Cathy had Meghan pull out another Town and Country next to my black one. Hers had a sun roof and Michelin tires and everything she wanted – including the ,000 price tag – with 10 miles on the odometer, but it was a 2014! We took it for a quick drive to check for wind noise and ease of handling and it was fine, including the blind spot sensor feature in the mirrors.
Today you could spend 0,000 or more just to tear down some old camp and build a dream house mansion.
What a different world our kids will live in, certainly a more clean and beautiful one in this area.