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  • turbomike1 08/18/09 1:17 pm PST

    An "Oklahoma Warranty" has been used in the past to describe an item that came with absolutely no warranty at all. The joke goes, with an Oklahoma warranty, the seller will fix anything that breaks, as long as it breaks in Oklahoma! Of course this is much funnier when you are 1,500 miles from Oklahoma. Another thing I have seen on window stickers is a line item for "ADP". ADP stands for "Additional Dealer Profit", so the salesman knows what he can bargain with, of make extra on the deal if he sells for list.

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