Beverly Hills Car Club
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Their online sales format hides vehicle flaws.
I live in NV and recently purchased an 89 Alfa Romeo Spider from BHCC. I bought it entirely online which was convenient, but it leaves you at the mercy of the seller's honesty (BHCC). For the most part, the car was in the condition advertised. Although it did arrive with a dent near the right headlamp that was not in the pics. Also, the fuel gauge doesn't work, the blinkers don't work, and the driver window doesn't go up and down. Furthermore, the idle is set to 1600 (and the adjustment screw is firmly seized) - the idle probably is disguising the engine running poorly at idle rpms. So yeah, I was told the car had no mechanical/functional problems. And I did pay a premium for a worry free vehicle - $12k, plus shipping and taxes (about another 2k - so 14k total). BUT my goal was to own a sharp 80's Spider and I do have one now. It's just not as nice as I was lead to believe it was.