For those who are thinking of buying from Scott’s Auto Wholesaler - I strongly recommend that you take any vehicle you are considering to a mechanic and let them do a thorough check-up: suspension, oil in engine, transmission, and all external parts of the engine. My experience was a disaster. I grant you the paperwork did say “As Is”. I strongly felt that since the problems came up almost immediately, Scott should have made things right. The problems started after we drove it off the lot. Within a very short time, problem after problem came up. I wanted this to be a safe vehicle for my wife but with one thing after another, I don’t feel that way. I will say after the first breakdown (48 hours after purchase) he did step up and pay for some work to fix the problems. After that he would not contribute and repairs cost me hundreds and hundreds of dollars. I called him multiple times to try to meet him half-way. He didn’t want to hear it and refused at the end. Don’t get me wrong, They are nice people. Very down to earth. They will work with you to make a deal. It’s after I left with the vehicle that the trouble started. I still have to put a few more hundred into it now to make the car safe. Yes, I should have taken my own advice. When we were making the deal, he gave me paperwork that made me think the vehicle was sound. He and his associate seemed so genuine, I believed they checked the vehicle thoroughly. That turned out not to be true. Once the problems started, I did some research and found that the way they check their vehicles before they sell them is not thorough at all. (Insider’s Tip: don’t trust a Carfax. It is only good if the mechanic’s report the work they do. There could be tons of info missing if the shop that worked on the vehicle doesn’t report it.)I am hoping to save you the trouble I have had. Do you due diligence before you sign the contract!