I would also recommend going elsewhere. But if you just wanted to mess with the jerk dealer who thinks his Jeeps are better than anyone else's, tell him you've decided to just order one. Go through the time and effort to spec one out exactly
the way you want it, let them spend 2 hours trying to find one somewhere in the country, and then when they can't duplicate your exact
specs, and have no other choice to earn your business but to order it, then if they won't budge on the price, walk away.
Many dealers will make you a better price on one they order because it's sold from the get go and they don't have to hold it in inventory. Another nice thing about this is you don't have to pay for equipment you don't want. When I ordered mine in 2012, every Rubicon I could find on a lot near me was 45k or up because the dealers wanted to load them up with leather, navigation, etc. etc., ad nauseum. I ended up doing business with a dealer in Modesto, over an hour away because they acted like they actually wanted my business. To do that, I literally drove past one dealer, and ignored a few others who were closer, but in the other direction. I saved almost $2k off MSRP, and $10k or better over what I was finding on the lots. I know not everyone can stand the wait, but to me it was totally worth it, and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Here's my order sheet: