How can I go about getting a ferrari financed???

So i would like to lease/own a Ferrari. I really dont care which one just as long as I have one. If anyone has any suggesstions please let me know. Thanks alot. I'd really appreciate it if someone knowledgable can answer. Please dont answer if you are going to mention one of the followin: search engines,,, credit Unitons. If someone has concrete knowledge, please let me know. thnx

Asked By: xcureanddisease - 3/20/2007
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As some have pointed out, if you are looking into something like this and have no idea where to start, there is a really good chance you are considering something well outside of your reach. And worse, even if you can afford the car, you may be getting in way over your head in terms of affording ownership... but let's... More
Answered By: Paul S - 3/20/2007
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Answered By: Shaq iz Phat - 3/20/2007
Firstly you're going to have to earn enough money to pay the monthly bill. Second you're going to have to have good enough credit to warrant borrowing the sort of money a Ferrari costs... More
Answered By: bassmonkey1969 - 3/20/2007
Ferrari dealerships offer financing and leasing. However, the interest rates tend to be very high (11% or so). Going with your local bank is the best bet. You can usually get a rate of 6-8% with your good credit. When I finance a car, I do it through the bank. You also have a working relationship with them, so you... More
Answered By: SA16 - 3/20/2007
have you checked out along with the luxury cars they list for sale you see ads for luxury auto finance companies that specialize in doing luxe loans on high end cars.
Answered By: princesstheruler - 3/20/2007
If you do not know how to arrange finance yourself or cannot find out how to do it, it says two things¨ 1: You cannot afford it. 2: Your brain is not nimble enough to handle driving one safely!!!!!
Answered By: david m - 3/20/2007
i agree with david. if you don't know the means in which to finance at least 200,000, you really can't afford it. and your not sure whether to lease or own, you really have no business considering a ferrari.
Answered By: jay - 3/20/2007
If you have to ask how to finance a Ferrari, you should definitely not be getting one. Ferrari's are for Rich people that can afford to pay cash for one. Not sure how old you are, but think about your future. You don't want a $2,000/Month car payment for 15-20 years.
Answered By: Penguin103 - 3/20/2007
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