Best Pre-owned Rides For Winston-Salem Golfers

With The Masters having come and gone, there’s a new big name in golf- Jordan Spieth. Spieth not only won The Masters 2015, but he also matched Tiger Woods’ 1997 record winning total of 18 under par. So while you’re working on your swing and becoming the next Jordan Spieth, you might want to grab a car that completes the look of being an awesome golfer! We suggest the following used cars in Winston-Salem to get golfing in.

Winston-Salem Used CarsBuick LaCrosse

Much like the crowd before any golfer takes a swing, the Buick LaCrosse is dead quiet inside thanks to excellent engineering. Its suspension takes all the hits for you while you ride nicely and smoothly, and allows you to enjoy its luxurious interior without any interruptions. Winston-Salem used cars have never looked and sounded so good!

Dodge Challenger

If the LaCrosse was the lull before the swing, the Dodge Challenger is the riotous crowd after you just sank a hole in one. With its loud-and-proud V8 engines and splashy looks, the Challenger is sure to turn a head or two at the country club. Add in a 16.2-cu. Ft. trunk to pack your clubs into and you’ve got yourself an unlikely golf machine!

Used Cars In Winston-SalemLexus RX

The Lexus RX has a good reason for always being around the course- it’s classy and has more than enough room for you to pack up all your gear. No matter if you choose the RX 350 or the hybrid RX 450, you’ll still inevitably get a smooth ride and look suave doing so. Why settle for golfing a decent game when you could golf a great one?

So contact our Winston-Salem used car dealership or give us a call at(866) 242-1277 to get your next golf-mobile!

Used Cars For Sale In Winston-Salem

Blessed Experience At Frank Myers Auto Maxx In Winston-Salem

 

Frank Myers Auto Reviews“My experience as a first time car buyer at Frank Myers this weekend was awesome. I’m not saying it because I was able to get a car the overall customer care was incredible! When I first came into the dealership I will be honest I was afraid! Because I got so many “No’s and Denies” in the past because of my lack of credit establishment. So I stepped out on faith and set an appointment to come in. Before purchase I owned an old beat up ’95 Honda Accord. With no money in my pocket and payday days away I gave it a try. My sales representative was good ol’ Micheal Wagner. He’s very eager to make stuff happen even if it kills him. He’s friendly and tries his very best to satisfy. After had given all my info results came back I needed a co-signer or thousands down. So I called up my dad. He came, but was a little discouraged because his credit wasn’t in good shape either. So we gave it a try. With him too…nothing. So with a smile on my face I vowed to save and come back. Once I got on the other side of town Wagner called me back and had a deal!!! Before I knew it u was signing off on a 2013 Toyota Corolla!!! And I drove off that day!!! I don’t force religion on nobody but God has a way of turning things around and blessing you when you’re humble. And that I was! And everyday I get in my car I thank him!!! I also thank the Frank Myers crew and my father because without them none of it would be possible!” – Actual Frank Myers Auto Mxxx Customer Review From May 28, 2014

 

Picture Worth More Than A Thousand Words

The Frank Myers Auto Maxx Team has always considered themselves progressive and on the cutting edge of the automotive industry. However, they always find it fun to reflect on where they’ve been. That’s why they were extremely interested to find a stack of old photos featuring customer of the dealership and their cars.

“These photos are amazing,” said Tracy Myers, current owner of Frank Myers Auto Maxx. “They definitely tell a story. Most were taken in front of the old, one room store in Dobson and not the Winston-Salem location but it doesn’t matter. There is still lots of history in those photos. Just look at the clothes the customers are wearing and the classic cars they’re buying.”

Myers Family Legacy In The Triad

Frank Myers Auto HistoryThe instant Polaroid photos were found in an old chest which had been tucked away for several years and represent just a small part of the Myers family legacy in the Triad. “I was fortunate to have been born into a family of entrepreneurs,” said Tracy. My family originally came to the US from Germany on a boat. All they had when they arrived were the clothes on their back on 2 hammers yet they managed to open a successful construction business. Then there’s my Great Grandpa Myers who opened the original Frank Myers store more than 85 years ago. My grandma Myers ran a successful tax preparation business from her home until she passed away and then there is my father. Most call him Uncle Frank but his family calls him Franklin and the friends he grew up with call him Fast Frank. The two of us built this dealership together until I bought it from him in 2006. Even now, he is still my mentor and is always available to assist my Team and I in the day to day operations when needed. We often enjoy reflecting back on where we’ve been and how we’ve grown. These newly found photos help us do that.”

So what’s next? Myers said they are going to continue going through the photos, posting them on their Facebook and Twitter pages and would like to find some of the people in the photographs. “Wouldn’t it be cool to recreate some of the photographs? Kind of a then and now?”

Anyone who recognizes anyone who appears in the photo may contact Tracy Myers at #336-831-0646.

About Frank Myers Auto Maxx

Frank Myers Auto Maxx was recently recognized as the #1 Small Business in NC by Business Leader Magazine, one of the Top 15 Independent Automotive Retailers in the United States by Auto Dealer Monthly Magazine, one of the Top 10 Internet Auto Retailers in the Nation, one of the Top 3 dealerships to work for in the country by The Dealer Business Journal and one of the fastest growing small businesses in America by INC magazine. Tracy is also the author of three number one books on Amazon.com, including “Uncle Frank Sez”. He is a Christian Business Owner whose goal is to run his business “By the Book”. The dealership specializes in helping people find, qualify for and own the vehicle of their dreams with little or no money down…even with less than perfect credit. For more information on Frank Myers Auto Maxx, please visit their website at: http://www.frankmyersauto.com

Consumer Warning: Are Damaged Vehicles Allegedly Being Fixed & Sold In North Carolina?

frank myers wrecked carShould North Carolina used car shoppers be on the lookout for vehicles which have been wrecked, repaired and then offered for sale? That is the question being asked by Tracy Myers, owner of Frank Myers Auto Maxx in Winston Salem, NC.

“I was approached by a customer who informed me that the Mustang he purchased from my dealership had been wrecked but fixed before he bought it,” stated Myers. “When I asked him where he was getting this shocking information from, he said that a local DMV official had told him. Since this was the first I was hearing of it, I needed to make sure it was a legitimate concern.”

 

As the facts unfolded, it seems that the story had some merit. Here is what was discovered by Myers and the DMV:

1) Frank Myers Auto Maxx purchased 5 vehicles from another dealer with “clean” titles, meaning they were not branded as salvaged.

2) The original selling dealer bought these vehicles out of state at an insurance auction. The titles were still “clean” at this point.

3) All 5 vehicles had Certified vehicle history reports.

4) The 5 vehicles in question were sold to used car buyers by Frank Myers Auto Maxx.

5) After the vehicles were purchased, the titles were sent to NC DMV and all 5 came back “clean”.

The mystery here is how these vehicles were allegedly wrecked and repaired without the damage showing up on the vehicles titles or vehicle history reports. “We’re still trying to figure some of this out ourselves. I’ve been in the automotive industry my entire life and have never seen anything like this before”, said Myers.

The good news is that Myers insisted on offering his customers a resolution. “While I feel like I was also a victim, offering our customers a resolution was number one on our priority list. We got new cars for 3 of the customers while customer number 4 decided to keep his. We are still in negotiations with customer number 5 and expect to have her happy in the next few days. It IS unfortunate that this happened but, thanks to the DMV, it was discovered early which allowed us to act fast.”

What about the chances of this happening again in the future? “There’s always a chance”, said Myers. “However, we’ve worked hand in hand with DMV and they’ve agreed to personally inspect and sign off on any vehicle(s). This is not only a great way to protect the dealership but also our customers.”

A reliable source, which chose to remain anonymous, said that “Not taking anything away from their customers but Frank Myers Auto Maxx was certainly a victim here. They could have, and had the right to, fight something in court that wasn’t their fault. Luckily, they took the high road and decided to do the right thing by their customers. That was a stand up thing to do and they should be commended.”

 

History Of Uncle Frank/Part 2 – Uncle Frank The Frontiersman

 Uncle Frank The Frontiersman

This photo captures famed horse trader Uncle Frank Myers in 1887, somewhere on the trail in West Texas. As you can see, he’s showing off one of the prime vehicles from his lot – an early Ford Bronco, gently used, in excellent condition, and, as with all of Frank’s quality vehicles, complete with a lifetime warranty (“lifetime” meaning the life of the horse).

Uncle Frank became a fixture on the local horse trading scene, believing that every cowboy (and cowgirl) deserved a nicer, newer steed. He was known throughout the Wild West for his unforgettable catchphrase, “Everybody saddles up!”

About Uncle Frank

Uncle Frank has lived many lives and has many stories to share. He currently resides in Winston Salem, NC where he spends his days as the Frank Myers Auto Maxx Mascot.

Be sure to read History of Uncle Frank/Part 1 – Uncle Frank The Pioneer and check back for future editions later.

* Uncle Frank Sez: “All content in The History Of Uncle Frank is a mixture of parody, poor satire, and/or (very) lame humor. It is for entertainment purposes only.”