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Cincinnati Used Auto Sales- Check Them Out! The Best Used Car Lot in Cincy!

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Published on Feb 13, 2009

I live in the Anderson Township area, and recently, in late 2008, I wrecked a Land Rover while driving along Eight Mile Road. I needed a replacement for the Rover, and shortly after my accident I happened to see the Rover you see in this video parked at the car dealership you will see across the street.

I stopped in and spoke with a salesman named Paul, who did a magnificent job with getting me in the truck and on my way. He handled the sale perfectly, professionally, and quickly, took care of the financing (through a local credit union, Sharefax, headquartered nearby in Eastgate), and also took care of a few minor issues with the Land Rover after the sale!

They are not paying me to do this. But, the dealership, and Paul in particular, did a great job in getting me in the truck I now own that I thought the entire transaction was worthy of a mention here on YouTube.

So, if you need a set of wheels as I did, drop by Cincinnati Used Auto Sales on Beechmont Ave, just west of the intersection of Beechmont & Eight Mile Road. There is a Pizza Hut and a Speedway convenience store at that intersection. Stop in to see Paul, tell him what you are looking for, and he'll fix you right up!

Here is their website, and phone #:

www.cincinnatiusedautosales.com , and

513-221-7777 or

513-221-2666

As an afterthought, I thought I'd also mention not to buy a Samsung digital camera. As you were watching this video, you may have noticed dark areas in two of the corners of the video. They were caused by the retractable lens cover not opening up fully, resulting in dark areas in the video where the lens was blocked my the stuck lens cover. I used a Samsung S730 for this video. While the camera did take decent high quality images and videos, unfortunately the camera wasn't built well and the lens cover failed to work properly after just 6 months. So, do not buy a Samsung! I hope this saves someone (you) some dough!

On the other hand, I bought a Kodak 3.1mp back in January 2005 and it still works rather well. No more Samsungs for me!

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