How to get a free car at an auto-shop

I was in a store on a recent afternoon when a sales associate approached me and asked me if I had any spare cash.

“Oh, I have some money to give you,” I replied, but before I could even explain the situation further, the sales associate stopped me.

“I’m sorry,” he said.

“If you had any cash, we wouldn’t be here.”

He was not referring to a typical sales pitch.

Rather, he was looking for the perfect way to give me an extra few hundred bucks.

What he was after was the ability to sell me a car, for free.

For a few hours, we went through a series of sales pitches, each one a slightly different way to say, “I need to get this car for free.”

In my experience, sales reps are mostly men, and often they are offering to give away free cars.

But, I was not alone in my discomfort.

When I was first introduced to the concept, I knew it was an unusual one.

It felt like a way to get my hand in a good deal and get my money out.

But now, as I look back, I realize I was expecting the unexpected.

In a few short hours, I had spent $20,000 on an almost-mint car that I would never have otherwise had.

The sales person, who had previously offered to give my car away, stopped me before I even got started.

He looked like a middle-aged man with a hard-won smile.

I smiled back.

But I also knew that, like so many people, I would have been more than happy to spend more money to get the car.

This salesman didn’t ask me for a cash deposit.

He didn’t even ask if I wanted to give him the money.

Instead, he offered to let me take his money and sell it to someone else who would do it for me.

The salesman’s tactic, as it turns out, worked on two levels.

First, he had the car on the spot.

Second, he used the same technique to get me to spend money on something I would not have otherwise.

But in both cases, I felt a sense of relief.

I was giving away my car, not getting a car that would never be needed.

As a child, I spent my money on schoolbooks.

It wasn’t until I started my career as a writer that I began to understand that money is a finite resource.

So, I started buying schoolbooks, and by the time I had finished the first book, I wanted a second.

At that point, I realized that spending money on a second car was not the way to do it.

I would need to take on a new job to pay for it.

It was not until years later that I discovered the value of having a vehicle.

For years, I worked in the business of sales, selling books and other items.

When a car came along, it was like having a second chance.

I got a car and started earning income from it.

That’s how I ended up with the first car I ever owned, and it has served me well for the rest of my life.

When I started doing sales, I didn’t have any idea what I wanted out of life. I didn