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The owner of The Key is building a castle in Edmond…

Last night, Channel 9 reported that the largest house in the US may soon be constructed in Northeast Edmond. It’s being built by the guy who owns The Key car dealerships. Or better yet, the Key chain of car dealerships. You know, like key chain? Get it? Haha!

From News 9:

There are plans to build the country’s largest single family residence in northeast Edmond.

Last year, the Edmond Planning Commission was asked to give approval to a mega mansion on the northwest corner of Sorghum Mill Road and Westminster Road.

“It’s truly a castle,” says Bob Schiermeyer, who saw the first renderings late last year and tells News 9 the plans call for a draw bridge and spires that reach 90 feet.

Schiermeyer says original plans called for a home that was around 75,000 square feet, but the home’s architect says the home has now grown to 92,650 square feet. That architect says, if completed, the castle home will be the largest single family residence in the U.S.

The City of Edmond says the home is the idea of David Frayer, the owner of the Key Auto Group.

Okay, I’m really sorry about the whole key chain thing above. It was awful, but keep in mind the guy is building a 92,650 square foot castle. I have enough enemies in town. The last thing I want to do is piss off a used car dealer who has a dungeon.

Also, since he likes to throw his money around on ridiculous extravagant things like fucking castles, maybe he’ll want to buy this website someday. Actually, that’s a weak excuse. You don’t have to be rich to buy The Lost Ogle. Hell, you don’t even need good credit. If you have a job and $99, we can get you in this website today. Come see us!

Here’s a rendering of the castle.

edmond castle

That’s pretty cool. Though, it’s weird that a car salesman overcompensates with a house and not a giant truck. I wonder how many Ford Fusions with 22% interest rate loans you could fit in that thing?

Anyway, a couple of other notes:

• Here’s a video of David Frayer at some used car salesman workshop. I think he also owns Express Super Credit Auto or Guaranteed Auto Credit Now or We’re Going To Put You In A Car You Can’t Afford Auto Credit. I don’t know, they all sounds the same to me.

• Most people remember The Key for those awful ads with Bizzaro Wayne Coyne that aired a year or two ago. Their whole gimmick was that they would give you free career and life counseling… while selling you a used car with a 60-month term at 22% interest.

• When he gets the castle built, I hope he doesn’t fall for the extended warranty. That’s how they get you.

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Comments

  1. @2:24 – fuck you asshole, Just because you did what you did when you said what you said. I wanted to knock that silly hat off by punching you through my monitor, you smarmy, usury-practicing, predator twit.

    (Can you tell I’m in the process of shopping for a new car?)

    • aww, Mark. You sound a little jelly, lmao. your probably one of the bad credit dipshi$$ that bought a car and figured you wouldn’t pay it. boo whoooo :(

  2. I don’t want to talk to you no more, you empty headed animal food trough wiper. I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.

  3. My boyfriend says those Key ads sound like a cult leader recruiting new followers, so I’m guessing that like every good cult leader he needs a compound.

  4. We bought our house from him in July. I wondered what kind of person would consider this a “starter house” (it’s not too shabby), but now it all makes sense. Seems like a bit of a waste, but whatever floats his boat (a moat perhaps?).

  5. @jim colbert: No I’m not one of those dipsh*t people who buys over their heads. I own two very nice cars right now and can afford to buy a KIA K900, but it would violate my “first generation rule” about purchasing cars, a rule that I adhere to with a vengeance, so I’m sticking with a Credenza or a GMC Acadia.

    My problem with Mr. Frayer was that dipsh*t way he looked into the camera while making his comment about making money…I’m surprised they didn’t put a tooth sparkle effect in there right after he said it.

    In any event, take my rant for what it was worth – just a rant. His proposal to build that obnoxious house flows along the lines of Jim and Tammy Bakker and their greedy, manipulative style of fleecing folks out of their money and leaving them with nothing to show for it.

    Keeping it short and sweet, thank you for reading this, and I promise I’ll try not to post so hard on TLO again…unless they post another story that sets me off.

    Love,

    The guy driving the Oklahoma-tagged car that’s NOT white or silver.

    • @mack tucker-sucker. You really make me laugh! I guess your the “99%” wah, tough shit. You don’t like the way he looks? You must hate your life the way you sound like a jealous baby that didn’t get his way. Who give 2 shi$$ if he likes making money…good for him, its his business. you get on here and cry around like Nancy and hope for change! If you don’t like your job or your income, “change” it. The “entitlement generation”…….OH’ and something even funnier, Frayer is a Democrat.

      • @jim colbert Not to defend Mack Tuck, but I think we all (you included) can see the difference here between capitalism and preying on the weak/poor. From what I understand (please correct me if wrong), this guy has made his wealth from making the poor and uneducated believe that he’s in their corner. Yet, he’s made a significant amount of his wealth from those with little wealth to give.

        Assuming most of the claims mentioned in this article and elsewhere are true (22% interest), he’s a modern day (crooked) televangelist. Congrats to him for being so successful swindling what little wealth his customers have away from them. Some choose to capitalize on those with means, others choose the poor. To each their own.

  6. Say what you want about Frayer, but based on the video, he has better boobies than Ali Meyer.

  7. I really doubt he’s going to build a 96k sq ft house. Sounds like he’s throwing it out there to gain publicity or attention (watch the video, he keeps talking and going). Construction will begin soon, but that isn’t to say he won’t downsize the current plans as the house progresses. I’ve never even heard of this guy. I can name several Oklahomans who have more net worth than he does and not dumb enough to build something that extravagant. I wonder what his life/credit counselling advisor would tell a walk-in if he wanted to build a castle like that? If he really is building it, more power to him.

    And he doesn’t own Express Credit Auto. That is owned by a nice guy named Shawn Richardson.

  8. This guy is the biggest piece of shit alive!!! He goes and spends all this money while his employees starve and have not had raises in years!! He is self centered selfish prick that deserves to rot in hell and loose everything he has!! Its absolutely pathetic that such a worthless excuse for a human being can live the good life while his people (employees) suffer and have to just deal with their situations because of the down economy! This fuck made a fortune last year selling 300-500 cars a month, misleading unfortunate consumers into high interest rated cars that they can’t afford only to repossessed in a few months!!! He thrives on the misfortune of others!! I hope that people wake up and realize that this guy is capitalizing on his prey, and lower credit people and making a fortune doing it!! This MF will hopefully get what he deserves while here on earth or hopefully as soon as he dies!!

    • Maybe the “poor” or those with bad credit shouldn’t be out shopping for cars to begin with? I know when I was unemployed the last thing on my mind was new transportation and I would never be stupid enough to pay 22% interest.

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