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A directionless college graduate hatches a plan to save his father's failing used car dealership in this comedy starring Ben Savage and Jon Gries. Ford Davis has just graduated from college. He's twenty-four years old and still living with mom and dad. Having recently wrecked the loaner car entrusted to him by his father Big Len - the owner of a local car dealership - Ford is forced to go to work selling cars on the lot. It doesn't take long for Ford to realize that selling cars isn't easy, but thankfully his co-workers are willing to share the tricks of the trade. The CarBabes know that selling cars is all about selling yourself, and once Ford learns this little secret he's well on his way to success. After taking a sexy hairdresser on an unforgettable test drive, he's flipping cars like flap jacks and dating a beautiful new girlfriend. But trouble is afoot just across the street, because Hamper's Campers owner Ron Hamper is looking to move in on Big Len's property. When Hamper threatens to turn Big Len's business into a parking lot for his own used campers, Ford draws on the lessons learned from his father and the CarBabes to draw up a plan that could save the day. If Ford and his crew can somehow manage to move 300 cars in just one month, Davis Automotive will be able to stay in business and mean Ron Hamper will have to eat his words.