In 2021 I am looking to do a rather hefty Collector Car Loan/Collector Car Financing but I am not sure who to look into, who had great experiences with whom and notes to 'steer clear from' etc as this will be my first time. I have bought older vehicles in the past so I know be careful of AS IS and to check Carfax/History things of that nature and I already know who I will be getting the vehicle from as I did a ton of research on them too. My CU said they can offer larger Auto Loans but I will be checking with them tomorrow if they do CCF....I just want to have financing IN HAND so I can go in pick out the one I want and go home as I would with a regular vehicle so any experiences will be greatly appreciated and helpful. Thank you <3
Here are a few I have found?! Anyone have experience with these or can add any <3
J.J. Best Bank and Co. looks to me like they do the lowest apr offer (low as 2.19%) with Higher limits by far (up to 750k) and terms up to 84 months with required up to 30% down* but again not sure how reliable or if Lighstream has a higher approval rating/less strict?! Sorry to keep replying to myself I'm just making notes for me later too LOL
Look into Hagerty. They are an insurance provider for classic cars. They also have a community that may have more information/experience with what you are interested in.
No I haven't but I will look them up for sure not sure if they go by the rules of regular leasing but it could be an alternative option so I will look into it