This is a novel way buy a car. It didn't work as well as planned since she has been arrested.

Report: Ivy League-bound teen girl pistol-whips mom, demands Nissan Z

A 17-year-old girl from Fort Myers, Florida allegedly pistol-whipped her mother into buying her a 2004 Nissan 350Z last week. The teen, an Ivy League-bound honor student at the prestigious Canterbury School, reportedly lost control when her mother refused to co-sign on the car.

According to the Naples Daily, Rachel Ann Hachero went home after her mother's refusal grabbed a 9mm Sig Sauer pistol, hit her mother with it, and demanded she accompany her to the dealership. Not wanting to get shot, the mother complied and signed off on the purchase.

The next day, while her daughter was at school, the mother recovered the gun and drug paraphernalia from the girl's purse and called the police.

The girl has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, unlawful possession of a firearm by a person younger than 18 and battery.

To make matters worse, the gun was found to be one of three stolen from a Lee County, Florida Port Authority employee last July.
Had I tried this on my Dad he would have disarmed me, kick my butt if he wanted to, and tell me to pack my bags and find another place to live.

Mom would have probably called a mental hospital thinking I had gone insane.