How to Finance Your Next Classic Car Purchase | Coming Soon To an Issue Near You

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If you never considered financing a classic car, maybe you should start: It’s a way to purchase that dream car without a pile of cash. Whether it’s a multi-million Gullwing Mercedes or a lightly used MG TD, financing is always an option.

Learn more about how to finance a classic car in the upcoming May issue of Classic Motorsports.

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2/12/21 9:06 a.m.

Looking forward to reading this next month.

Quick informal pole.  How many people do finance 'toys' or classics?  It's not something I want to do.  In fact for my Boxster I'd saved up enough cash to buy the best possible late, low mileage 986 S.  When it came to it I chickened out, bought a $5k beater 2.5L base car with auto and used the rest as the down payment on a rental house instead.  Not sure what it's going to take for me to actually stump up the money for one of my dream cars.  The closer I get to retirement the more adverse I am to debt that's not going to make me money.  Note. This isn't a condemnation of people who do, at times I'd like to, I'm just a chicken E36 M3 at times!

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