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Sveentusmaximus
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:bdr2: 3 minute call with my CU to transfer some funds is all it took and now it's my'n all my'n :beerbang:

Worked & sweated my tail off during the last 3 weeks of shutdown at Kansas City but the fat OT checks were worth it. I didn't mind the monthly payments but I figured if I have the money why pay interest on a loan to someone else and have to worry about being on time with payments. Now I can start saving for a down payment for a DD. Can't decide what I want, I am thinking stick shift is a must and it should get OK MPG since it will be a DD. So far I am liking: Pontiac G6, Dodge Caliber, Subaru Impreza WRX, Mazda 6 ... ???
Oh and I get both DCX and GM employee discounts so if I decide to go US made it will have to be from one of those.
 

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Sveentusmaximus
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jeepfreak81, you are right my'n was a lease at the start cause I wanted low payments while in college but I knew it wasn't getting turned in so it was lifted and moded since the first week. I then changed it to a loan when the lease ended this winter. Now 6 months later I just said screw the loan I am paying it off. I only had like 6K more to go so instead of blowing money on stupid mods I decided to do the smart thing and pay it off.
So now I don't have any debt or loans at all , it feels great :nana:
Now I can buy a house and have one gynormous loan :(
 

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Resident Slasher
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Congrats!! My 60 month finance was done in April also, it IS a good feeling! :thumb:
 

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meh.
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Congrats, I havent had to deal with payments yet but there is a beaut powerstroke for sale down the street....
 

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The Green Machine
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It was sure nice to walk into the dealer and pay cash for mine, no monthly payments, although the modifications cost more per month than the jeep would have.
 

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81 inches of fun
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jeepfreak81, you are right my'n was a lease at the start cause I wanted low payments while in college but I knew it wasn't getting turned in so it was lifted and moded since the first week. I then changed it to a loan when the lease ended this winter. Now 6 months later I just said screw the loan I am paying it off. I only had like 6K more to go so instead of blowing money on stupid mods I decided to do the smart thing and pay it off.
So now I don't have any debt or loans at all , it feels great :nana:
Now I can buy a house and have one gynormous loan :(

If you want mods, get them before that big house loan... those bite you and scam all the mod $$ DAMHIK :( :(
 
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