Just recently my dad purchased a Ford F-150 from loman ford. He traded in his 2005 Ford F-150. It took two weeks for them to get the vehicle to him. Prior to him even purchasing the vehicle he did all the paper work and set up the contract on what he had to put down and what his monthly payments would be. After all was said and done and the contract was final a week later he was able to pick up a truck. He picked the truck up one night the next day the sales guy Kenny called him and said it was one more paper to be signed. We went to sign the paper only to find out that was a lie. He told us he was not the one who set up the paper work and according to what was given to him the deal couldn\\\\t be done that way. He said he would have to put down another 1, 000. on top of the 2, 000 he put down along with the trade in deal of them giving him 11, 000. for his truck. Kenny then told him he would have to lease the truck with the option to buy at the end instead of financing it. We asked him why he said he had to ask his boss. He then said we would have to restructure the deal. My dad then told him he wasn\\\\t interested in leasing a vehicle with the option to buy at the end. He told us that was the only way to do it. So we said well give us back his truck and the money he put down and we would go elsewhere. He kept on saying no I don\\\\t want to take the truck back. For three hours they gave us the run around telling us the boss was trying to work something out. We could not understand what the issue was the truck he had was financed and he just decided to get rid of it. We told him no more money was going to be paid and we was not restructing the deal if they wanted to change anything we did not want the truck. Kenny told us he would call us later in regards to the contract. We made it clear it was either what we worked out in the begginning or there was no deal at all. to date we are still waiting to find out what will be done in regards to the contract. We are going by the contract we signed and the amount we agreed to pay for the vehicle.