Don't go unless you love abuse
Went twice. Once to look at a car for a friend who lives out of state and is a big collector (as am I). I was looking at the car and on the passenger side and a salesperson came out and asked if he could help me. I said I was looking at the car for a friend (I own the same make and model) and I noticed the door was unlocked and reached for the handle. He said "you can't get in" and I thought he meant because it was locked and I said "yes, you can, it's open" and I opened the door. He said in a rather stern tone "I said you can't get in the car!". This was a car that I would rate a mid #2 with #5 being the best quality, meaning it needed some help. So needless to say I left. About three months later I stopped by to ask about having one of my two 1964 Corvette's serviced. I live in Stuart and didn't want to take it to West Palm where I normally go. So I go in, and a guy is on the phone and asks me to wait. While I waited 15 minutes, two older guys were looking at a car and one went to open the door. The guy on the phone yells at him to not touch the car. These two guys had to be around 70, both wearing gold Rolexes, dressed nice. I call guys like that "buyers". They both left, and so did I. The guy who worked there never got off the phone even when we all walked out. I won't go back.....
Worst service ever!
Was waiting on my car for a month After calling a hundred times and usually not getting any call back, the car came with I don't know how many gallons of water inside! I had to take the seats out, take the floor out and dry it. Also the floor pans are rusty, not as mentioned rust free car. Also the paint shows rust bubbles versus what was stated to be a rust free car. It also was mentioned that the car is straight. In reality the alignment of the doors and trunk is really bad - obviously somebody that does not have a clue was changing the floorpans... Still I don't have a title yet. Very disappointing!
Over Priced Most Cars are Consigned
Cars were clean- but way over priced -I did buy a car from them but they had it for over 90 Days so they dumped it ,for what it was worth- watch out and make sure you look under the cars -seen evidence of flooding on some of them-
Bought my Mercedes online here and flew down from Wisconsin to pick it up. The car is immaculate and the shop is so beautiful. Very happy with my purchase.
Super cool place to go even if you're not buying a car. My kids loved the mural and all of the neat cars.
Just purchased a Chevelle through Blue Marlin Motors after weeks of looking for one. Really pleased with the car.
I recently placed a vehicle of mine on consignment with Blue Marlin Motors. The entire transaction went through smoothly and they took very good care of my car. I would definitely do business with them again.
Be careful! Dishonest!
I sent $8750 to Blue Marlin Motors for a car I was going to buy. The car dealer confirmed the receipt of payment on his account. Unfortunately he sold the car 2 days before he received the money. He wrote me that he would retransfer the money. But he never did!! Now I have to take alternate methods in trying to get my money back. Be very careful!! Dishonest and rogue!
The car was sold prior to receiving a deposit or funds for the car. He was refunded in full including his wire transfer fees.
I bought a 1987 Corvette from Blue Marlin Motors of Stuart,Fla. The car was for sale on the internet and they lied to me about the vehicles condition. I live out of the state of Florida and had the car transported up to me where i live. I fixed most of the defects myself but i would never do business with this place again.
The 1987 Corvette was sold for 4,000.00. Our policy is as is where is. The gentleman did not order an inspection of the car. The car repairs totaled 646.00 and the customer was responsible for those repairs not us.
I had an agreement with a salesman on a price. Blue Marlin was to email me the account number for a wire transfer and did not. When I called (the next day), I was told they had a higher offer on the car and if I would meet it they sell it to me. Their ethics are questionable at best.
Unfortunately, we do not hold vehicle for customers without a deposit, which you were not willing to furnish. The vehicle sold under contract with another salesperson before you pulled the trigger.