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Any good Ford dealers in the area? - November 15, 2013, 10:36 AM

Anyone have any positive sales experience with a Ford dealership in this area? Can you make a recommendation? thanks,


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i have purchased all my vehicles from Waldorf Ford. Love those guys.


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Ted Britt gave us a pretty good deal on our truck


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Ted Britt gave us a pretty good deal on our truck
Fairfax, Chantilly or Sterling? thanks


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We used Chantilly - they will bring vehicles from any lot. We dealt with GIII and Fred Stoner


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Ted Britt gave us a pretty good deal on our truck
This, got mine from Fairfax. Smooth process, great customer service. Mane sure you negotiate a full tank as part of the deal.


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Definitely Ted Britt...those guys don't work off of straight commission, it's based on overall sales and they are actually pretty good folks. I used to take my old truck there for service, if I didn't have time to do it myself. Good folks.


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Sheehy. My families been going to them for 20 years. Always take care of us. I'd buy a baby from them if I could.
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Oh and DO NOT go to Cowles Ford. Took me 4 hours of haggling to get what I wanted for them years ago and my car wasn't even ready to go for 3 weeks.


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thanks for all the recommendations guys, I will making a few phone calls from these choices definitely. The 2 things I am really looking for is honesty / no bullshit games, and of course, in-stock inventory of a Fiesta ST


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thanks for all the recommendations guys, I will making a few phone calls from these choices definitely. The 2 things I am really looking for is honesty / no bullshit games, and of course, in-stock inventory of a Fiesta ST
Good choice. Too small for me but hot car nonetheless. I was looking into the Focus ST but I ain't driving a 4 door until I have rugrats.
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Good choice. Too small for me but hot car nonetheless. I was looking into the Focus ST but I ain't driving a 4 door until I have rugrats.
Yea I been eyeing one for some time now, I looked at the focus ST also, but from everything I have read, car to car, the Fiesta seems like the better choice for my needs. A loaded focus ST is pushing over 30K out the door!!!


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Yea I been eyeing one for some time now, I looked at the focus ST also, but from everything I have read, car to car, the Fiesta seems like the better choice for my needs. A loaded focus ST is pushing over 30K out the door!!!
Yup yup. It's pricey. And it's FWD!

I'm gonna just continue fixing up my SVTF. It's already got forged internals stock, people are boosting them to 300fwhp+ safely.
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Yup yup. It's pricey. And it's FWD!

I'm gonna just continue fixing up my SVTF. It's already got forged internals stock, people are boosting them to 300fwhp+ safely.
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November 15, 2013, 03:48 PM

scratch this, i'm stupid...thought you were talking about the Focus ST. Reading is fundamental boys and girls. Definitely hit up Fairfax Ted Britt once again


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