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I'm looking to buy a little used car...just something reliable to get me to school and back. I'm looking at a '00 Saturn, on a local lot and priced at $4750. What kind of score do you have to have to get financed on a small loan like that? I'm willing to accept high rates, because I need a car BADLY but I don't have anyone who can cosign. My eq score is 515, and wife's is 519, but I haven't pulled the other bureaus yet. Can I get financed on a score like that, or do I need to wait a while? :lol:

 

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I can tell you this, a 5K loan is much harder to get than a $10K loan.....second chance companies don't see it as worth thier time to do a loan less than 10K...not enough intrest earned for collection costs.....when dealing with subprime scores are less important than the accual credit in the file...more possitive than neg accounts.....and last 12 month's credit history

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