Craigslist folks are often the worst. AFTER you get through all the scammers, folks who want to pay in installments, and the folks willing to sell it for you for 10% of the price, you get the folks who actually convince you to meet somewhere. They show up without cash in hand for a test ride. Or they get the vehicle loaded into their truck and suddenly start pushing to get half their money back. Or you get that one a-hole that shows up and says, "Want you to know, I showed up armed, cocked and locked, so if you're lucky and play your cards right, I'm going to LET you sell me this car, on MY terms." Hell, how about I LET you leave this parking lot without a hole in your head? Craigslist sellers can be just as bad. Tried to buy a table saw one time from a guy with a woodshop out behind his house. Was getting it loaded into the car (yes, didn't have a truck at the time) and he pulls out a plastic Star Trek phaser toy and makes shooting noises with it, says, "You like ol' Star Trek? Ol Beam-me-up-Scottie? For $25 more I'll sell you this authentic Star Trek toy. I got the original case for it in yonder in the house.... Okay okay, you don't like Star Trek? How about this here Star Wars light saber I got here for $10?" Meanwhile I'm wondering if it would be ok to cut my losses and save my sanity, let him keep the money and high tail it out of there without my table saw, because this 50 year old jackass is playing Jedi instead of helping me load the table saw up. There are times when dealing with a dealer isn't so bad.