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"Toy Barn" in Ohio ??? Can anyone recommend?

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Does anyone know of the Toy Barn in Dublin, Ohio (just outside of Columbus)?

Are they reputable? How long have they been there? Any details will be appreciated.

Thanks

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I live about an hour from columbus, ohio...never heard of that dealership...but as I think about it, those "toy stores" tend to be newer dealerships. Have you called them? Their number is 614-799-5000.
 
Originally posted by chumch:
I live about an hour from columbus, ohio...never heard of that dealership...but as I think about it, those "toy stores" tend to be newer dealerships. Have you called them? Their number is 614-799-5000.


Yes chumch,

I have an interest in one of their NSXs. They are part of the Roby Group if that means anything.

I just want to know if anyone has done business with them and how was the experience.

Thanks
 
A guy I worked with bought a 99' Porsche from the Toy Barn. They were recommended by another guy I worked with. They both had good experiences. I tried dealing with them, when I was considering a used vs new NSX. In 2 weeks they never found one. Salesmen were typical.

They mostly deal in used cars. Usualy 1-2 years old. Lots of Porsches, usualy a Lotus and Ferrari or two. They are also a new Panoz dealer.

Roby has been around a while. New car dealer. I've only heard of the ToyBarn the last few years. Don't know how long they've been there.

That's all I have.

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01' NSX-T Silverstone
02' Chevy Avalanche 1500
00' Suzuki Hayabusa GSX1300
02' Honda VTX-1800
 
"...and tend not to share the purchase price of vehicles."

What does this mean? How can you buy a car if you don't know what the purchase price is?

-Jim

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1992 NSX Red/Blk 5 spd #0330
1991 NSX Blk/Blk Auto #3070 (Sold)
1974 Vette 454 4 spd Wht/Blk
Looking for 76-79 Honda Accords
 
Originally posted by Jimbo:
"...and tend not to share the purchase price of vehicles."

What does this mean? How can you buy a car if you don't know what the purchase price is?

-Jim

I think he is talking about the dealer cost, which I don't know of any dealership who willingly shares that info.
 
My friend looked at buying a car off of these jokers. Now, other than just looking around for fun, I don't even bother talking to them. Their policy is, "You can test drive it after you've bought it." After that response my friend promptly went over to MAG and bought a brand new M3 from "friendlier" service. I've shopped the Toy Barn on several occasions and have yet to see a good deal come out of the place. Most likely it is because my friend and I look like kids though.
 
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