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I can afford a payment of $1000-$1500 a month. I want to spend less then $70,000. I have my grandfather as a co-signer. He has perfect credit and has financed and co-signed many things for me in the past. I now live in Portland Oregon and He now lives in Arizona. I want to have him co-sign for a loan on a 1999-2003 Ferrari 360 Modena. CAN HE STILL CO-SIGN ON A LOAN FOR ME? will I be able to get the loan approved and take care of all paper work. Will I be able to Just fax him the paper work needed for the loan? PLEASE HELP ME! im also interested in a 2004-2006 Bentley continental GT or a 1997-1999 Ferrari 355. If your a car dealer and can help me or make this deal happen feel free to email me with your info.
You won't like my answer but I hope you read it all and seriously consider it. Every state has different laws governing things like this but let's assume that he can co-sign for you. Here are some very important things for you to consider; First, most lending institutions will not loan money on a vehicle past a certain age or with too many miles on it. The lenders who might loan the money will only loan a low percentage of the purchase price. If the price of the vehicle is $70,000, they might loan $30,000 and require you to come up with the other $40,000. They will also charge you a much higher interest rate if they decide to make the loan on an older car. If he has co-signed for you in the past and you have always paid on time and you have a job that pays enough to easily afford the payment, you should not need a co-signer anymore. If you have defaulted on a loan and your grandpa had to pay it off but he is willing to sign again, consider the possibility that maybe he doesn't want to co-sign for you but he is too nice to tell you no. Build your credit slowly by buying reasonably priced cars first and making the payments early or on time. If he brought up the question of whether he can still co-sign for you since your out of state, he may be hoping that you will drop it so he won't have to give in and co-sign for you. For all I know he is a billionaire and paying off a loan you default on is no big deal to him but otherwise, consider how hard he has worked to keep his perfect credit score. Think about what defaulting on the loan would do to his credit or the fact that he would be responsible for paying off your debt. Again, IF YOU HAVE PAID OFF LOANS THAT HE HAS CO-SIGNED FOR iowa THE PAST, YOU SHOULD HAVE NO PROBLEM GETTING YOUR OWN LOAN WITHOUT A CO-SIGNER. From the sentence structure and the things you have said in your question, you seem to be very young and impulsive with a 'gotta have it' attitude. Don't pile worry on your grandpa. Buy the car using your own credit that he has built for you in the past. That is not a put-down to you, it is the reality for all of us when we are young. We want the coolest car possible as soon as possible. The other reality is that we don't NEED an outrageously expensive car, we just want one really bad. Step back and look at the situation with no emotion. I bought a new $65,000Viper when I was 23. I just HAD TO HAVE IT! I could easily afford the payments and insurance (which was more than the payments!) After having it for a month or so, I realized that I was going crazy keeping it clean, driving it as safely as possible, parking in the furthest parking place from any business I was going to so I wouldn't get a door ding and keeping a massive distance from vehicles in from of me to avoid the hwy debris that chips the paint on the from of cars. It wasn't worth it at all. Never, ever, EVER ask a car dealer to help you. They will help you into bankruptcy. They will get you approved because selling that car is how they make their money. They don't care whether you can make the payments or not. They will happily sell you the car and then repossess it when you can't make the payments and then resell it again to the next sucker. If you can't buy it by yourself, then don't buy it at all. Leave grandpa's credit alone. He will respect you for it.
Many lenders require cosigners to live at the same address as you. Very, very few lenders in the country would loan the amount of money you are talking about for such an old car. In other words, its probably not going to happen...even if you lived with gramps.