We purchased a Lincoln MKC with 5,100 miles on it from TJ. The car had been advertised on Ebay and it was repaired by the Templin auto group and now has a rebuilt title.This is a car someone paid $45K for and got 5,000 miles of enjoyment. We paid far less and will use it for the next 200,000 miles. Score one for me. Perhaps score one for you if you are looking at buying a car here also.Just a little background on us... this is the 6th car we've bought that has been through this process. We've purchased five of them in the last six years (our kids have started driving).We've used three different dealers on the East side of Michigan. (If you haven't noticed on Ebay it appears Eastern Michigan is the new Mecca of high value rebuilt cars for the entire US). We traveled from West Michigan to make our purchase. Our transaction with TJ was the best of all of our purchases... and they all have been excellent.The car had a minor mechanical problem the day we went to pick it up. Hey folks, this stuff happens at times on a rebuilt car. TJ was very apologetic and handled the whole thing with class and great service. (He handed us all our money back, repaired the issue, and then shipped the car to us at his expense).We've been driving the car around for a bit now. There is absolutely no way anyone would know that the car isn't new. It's quiet and rattle free, handles awesome, and looks impeccable. Only the people we bother to tell have any idea what a great deal we got!I wouldn't hesitate to buy our next car from TJ's Templin motors. In fact I'd prefer it. There are a few generations of Templin's that have been in the rebuildable business and they know what they are doing. The facilities were nice and clean and he had a significant number of late model, low mileage, rebuilt cars in his lot. If you are buying a car with a rebuilt title you want to make sure it was fixed right and have someone you can trust to do the right thing. Templin Motors fits the bill.