I recently bought a 1998 Subaru for $4000 from a guy named Tony "Anderson" who claimed he worked here. The car never even made it home. I took it back to Tony to fix the over heating problem. He gave it back "fixed" but it still didn't run. The vehicle has a gasket leak and a hole in the radiator. Both problems were "fixed" by someone pouring enough Stop Leak into the system to create a 4 inch sandbar at the bottom of my overflow tank. (a definite clue that SOMEONE knew this car was a lemon)
I replaced the radiator out of pocket which exposed the gasket leak. When I called Clark Auto Pawn I spoke to a woman who told me that Tony is not an employee of this business and they have no liability for this car. What? I have witnesses who saw him working on my car there. I picked the car up there with my wife. I said "THANK YOU" to the woman who hung up on me today! He gave me Temp. tags from there. Are they even real tags? He told me he worked there! How is it that he works there without working there? What exactly is their "arrangement"? I paid to have the hoses replaced, I paid for a new radiator and I won't even mention the amount of money I've spent on radiator fluid. All I asked these guys to do was to work something out to fix the head gasket and they have denied responsibility for the car and both parties hung the phone up on me.
So, If you need to buy a lemon or simply feel the need to get screwed go ahead and give Tony a call at 303-618-4447 Or stop by Clark Auto Pawn and head to the garage, I'm sure he'll be back there busily NOT working on someones car.
At the very least Clark Auto allows shady people to hang around their garage and conduct business under the pretense that they are employees. So, when a problem arises all can claim no responsibility. Real nice way to do business folks, you got a real good friend in Tony.