Well, not me but this guy:
You’d think someone credit worthy enough to purchase a car that expensive would understand how to save and have a contingency plan.
Ways out are:
1- repo and destroy credit and be liable for the difference between auction value and repo fees against the payoff.
2- sell it to the insurance company
3- continue making payments by selling ones body to sex fiends
4- liquidate investments, sell it, and cover the payoff
Good luck anonymous Facebook marketplace idiot.
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Originally Posted by Phillie Phanatic
EDIT - whoops, that was Model X. Model S with Ludicrous is now 132k after a price drop, but that means a 2018 could hit that’s figure before the discount. This would have made his timing even dumber, as the 2019 version of his car would have been roughly 30k cheaper.
Last edited by MylesPH1; 09-15-2019 at 12:21 PM.
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If you can't afford a couple months payments if you lose your job, maybe it is too expensive? Or maybe you should save some money before you finance things for $2400 a month? If he was making enough to afford that in the first place he probably has skills in demand enough to find a new job pretty soon you would think.
Surely the owner has had to make another payment by now. Either they are still trying to figure it out or is making a $1800 payment to drive a seven year old Altima.
Hopefully it "accidentally" caught on fire, he had gap insurance, and insurance bailed him out.
Seriously though, this guy sounds like someone living in a Mc Mansion and way above their means.
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'11 GTI (wifeys)
'13 MIATA (dumb modified weekend thrasher)
Kinda sad/ stupid when people spend in a way that they are a month away from defaulting on things ( car / home).
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