06-25-2007 04:12 PM
Given the inherent silliness of the post, and in response only to the subject, I would say bore it out 60 one thousands then install a high rise intake manifold and 4 bbl Holley.
06-25-2007 04:51 PM
dog wrote:does anyone know how horrible your credit has to be to get down to 350-399? i am thinking about going there and then working my way back up. just for fun.
06-25-2007 05:44 PM
fused111 wrote:This is just a guess on what one's reports might look like with these scores.BKFed Tax LienState Tak LienGlobal Tax Lien JKForeclosures maybe 2REPOSL Default25 CAs25 COsDMP that's failing miserably100 120 day lates2,000 inqs0 CC TLsAm I forgetting something?
06-25-2007 05:45 PM
dog wrote:and perhaps a failure to return a library book.
06-25-2007 05:49 PM
06-25-2007 06:02 PM
Noah_Bodie wrote:Believe it or not, library fines and traffic citations are two that will at times go to collections.
06-25-2007 06:39 PM
dog wrote:i knew about library fines going to collections, i have even heard of them going under public records. i didnt know about the traffic tickets going to collections....glad i havent had any since that last one i didnt pay in '95 and spent 48 hours in the can for driving on a suspended license.
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