I spent yesterday communicating with Tommy Shelly, Internet Sales Manager @ Brandon Ford, and came to a price of $77k on a loaded 2019 Raptor. I was considering trading my Jeep, and was waiting to receive confirmation to either drive it up from Sarasota and trade, or take an Uber and just buy the truck (for cash). As the afternoon turned to evening, I called and texted Tommy that the time was getting late for me to get there with enough time to do the paperwork, etc as they close at 9pm. Tommy's reply was "give me a second and I'll call you." I never received another call or text. So today I noticed on their site another Raptor without the graphics package that I didn't really want on the one that we were discussing yesterday. I messaged Tommy, and asked if they can simply take the difference off the one I found on their site today, I'd drive up now to get it. His reply... "Naw, today the price for that one is $77,500 (more than the price from yesterday's stock # with the $2k in graphics I didn't want). I pointed that out, and he replied "Naw, that one (from yesterday) is now $79,500." Car dealerships and especially car salesmen have their reputation from exactly people like Tommy Shelly at Brandon Ford. The great thing is there are more choices of Ford dealerships, and I'll gladly go to a local dealership that isn't as shady with a check in hand, and write them a positive review.