I disagree. If the only way you can get a "toy" is to finance it, as long as you can afford the payment, why not?? Don't be a moron and miss a mortgage payment or neglect the kids, but why would financing a classic, be any different than financing a daily driver? If you don't have the 20K or whatever the cost squirled away (not many people do) I see nothing wrong with financing as long as you can swing the payment. Just remember you will pay more for the car with the finance charges.Originally posted by Scott Taylor: If you can't afford to pay cash for toys then you can't afford that toy. Keep saving.
If you can't afford to pay cash for toys then you can't afford that toy. Keep saving.
I'd change credit unions. Mine will loan money on ANY car. Believe it or not, they use NADA to determine loan value. They are not even my primary bank. I keep the minimum $25 in an account and am confident they would loan me the money for a numbers matching Z. Great people and easy money. Mike. :beers: :beers:Refinance the house. lol
My Credit union wont do cars older than a few years. Luckily a bank my father has been with for years let me have what I needed.
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