First offence, the pictures posted on KSL were NOT of the actual car being sold. But it seemed to have only 60,000 miles and a clean title (although the damage on the side of the car was pretty apparent it had been in a wreck). We bought the car anyway and Rick told us that we had a couple of days to get a temporary registration (we wanted to register it in Washington, where I am from). Couple of days later, I get pulled over to find out that driving the car was illegal, and the dealership by law was supposed to issue us a temporary registration the moment we bought it. So the officer cited me and had my car impounded right on the spot. Later on I notice on the paperwork that there was an odometer discrepancy and 60,000 was NOT the actual mileage of the car. We tried calling him to confront him about the situation but he would not answer any calls. Do NOT do business with BNB auto.