The overall design is very nice, indeed. Love the header and navbar.
The flash player is working fine on my PC, although like the others, I don't care for "opt-out" multimedia presentations. It also occurs to me that a significant portion of this client's potential customers may not have the latest whiz-bang hardware setup or internet connection; I wonder if he's considered that before depending so heavily on video for content and navigation.
Also, the navigation bar for "10 reasons to buy" is just... well, it's not right. Each of those links leads to a one-or-three sentence passage; the whole thing could have been presented on one single "Reasons To Buy" page, prominently linked, and the whole navbar could be removed.
Now you get half of a pass on both of these issues, because if John Force is the client you're working for Gary Bussey's somewhat-less-sane little brother.
But it's only half a pass, because managing the client's expectations is part of the job. If you're not careful the client will be demanding "under construction" gifs and Barry Manilow midi files.
The site is really nice looking, but if it were me, I'd get some more billable hours for myself by forcing the client to rethink these few issues.