Avoid Castle Chevrolet at all costs.
I inquired from another state about a used vehicle in their inventory and was assured on multiple occasions by their "Internet Manager" that the vehicle had not been wrecked or repainted for any other reasons. I then spent over $500 in airfare to arrive at their location with the intent of purchasing the vehicle and driving it home to Kansas. Upon arrival I was immediately urged to sign paperwork and pay for the vehicle before even inspecting it in person. I refused, of course, and once I was allowed to inspect the car the salesman avoided having me walk around the vehicle in sunlight, only allowing me at first to view it in the service bay. After insisting upon seeing it outside I observed very obvious over-spray on several areas of the car, and the front door and hood would not even latch properly. It was now obvious to me that they were simply risking my time and money to see if I would go ahead and take a previously wrecked car rather than returning home and starting my search over -- the salesman understood that I was preparing for a cross-country move and only had that weekend to purchase a vehicle.
When I complained about being misled the "manager" responded with, "If you are just trying to get a better deal, forget it, that's as low as I'm going to go." He also explained the shoddy paintwork and over-spray by saying, "My salesman told me you were particular, so we were only doing what you asked of us by trying to make it look as good as possible" (in other words, it's MY fault). To make matters worse, they left me on my own for a ride back to the airport, where I spent additional money having to fly home.
I have been in the retail car industry myself for almost 20 years, and even though I have spent my working life in this business, I thought these kinds of experiences with car dealers only occurred in movies, or maybe in the 1970's. They were aware that I was a "car guy" myself and still pulled this on me. I can't imagine what they attempt with less experienced buyers. Unbelievable.