I've been looking to buy my first car for a long time now and I finally thought I found THE ONE. 2002 Lincoln LS. It was my bosses car for all of its life so it was kept in good shape. He ended up trading it in for a new ride. Me, knowing the car inside and out, immediately jumped on the car and bought it. Every time I was in it, I loved it, it ran great and has no issues. Well. The dealership who will remain unnamed, royally ****ED!!! The car up. My boss had just had it inspected a few months before he traded it in. Said dealership did their "clean up" work to get it out and sold. Well they did a **** job and ruined the car for me. They re inspected it and slapped a new sticker on it, removed the sticker stating it took special gas and oil, broke the center dashboard vent panel off and screwed it back in with bolts, one of which we attached to nothing, took appart the driver side door to fix a small issue and in turn broke something inside of it, and fixed it just enough do it would barely work as a functioning door (only issue it had was the drivers side door had a small mechanism inside that broke and needed replacement before my boss traded it in), knocking the window out of its track so it doesn't close right and it whistles when driving. Also we had them unhook the Cd player because it needed to be replaced, no biggie. Well the CD player was still hooked up BUT the drivers side airbag and horn didn't work. Isn't that dandy. The list goes on with issues this thing has now and I have to take it back. Sadly to have all the stuff fixed would cost more than the car is worth. Let this be a lesson to anyone looking to buy a car. Get a carfax, have a legitimate car dealer give it a full diagnostic, and of course give it your own once over before buying. I learned my lesson and will never buy from this crapshop again.