A&M Auto Sales

A&M Auto Sales A&M Auto sales sold me a lemon Manchester New Hampshire!!. A&M Auto Sales on Second street and Cleveland Street sold me a piece of s*** knowing it had a lot of problems from the get go. The car was a 2001 Chrysler 300M 172,000 miles on it. The owner wouldn’t let me take it to a mechanic and said the car would pass inspection and the owner Manny Jaimes kept saying over and over and over about how honest he is and he is anything but honest. Well it failed inspection for a rotted exhaust, dark tint in the back windows, a shot tie rod, bad rear roters, and a check engine light. He reset the computer in the car just long enough so when I drove the car 5 or 7 miles the check engine light popped on. Well I took the car back to him and demanded that he fix these problems and he gave me the run around for 2 weeks and he finally did fix the check engine light, tie rod, and did a shoddy job on the exhaust in which it fell off a week later and I had to put it back together after calling him and he was missing in action. I knew a couple of other people that bought lemons from him and I strongly advise against anyone buying a car from this guy. He is very shady and is a con artist.

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