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Time to get a duc?

Man, the hypermotard has definitely been one of my fav 'tards, but with this offer it might just push me closer to getting it

.99% APR for 72 months, $179/month payments. Oh man...


http://www.ducati.com/od/ducatinorth...l?newsId=24181
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I thought the HM and 1098 had 1.99 for 3 years. I might be thinking of an old promotion.
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You have to be at like over 800 on your credit score to get that, I think.....

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You have to be at like over 800 on your credit score to get that, I think.....
Tier 1, IIRC.

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You have to be at like over 800 on your credit score to get that, I think.....
sounds...hard lol

anyway to check your credit ratings for free? I've seen them advertised a lot, but I don't feel like paying money for no real reason

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Simply read the google ad above this thread for details.
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Simply read the google ad above this thread for details.
BWAHAHAHA, ya have got to be shitting me!!!
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i have been toying with the same bike...
she's a beaut.. Want a 1098S pretty bad too...
Hmmmm.
2 ducs?
THey are soooo different.. It could work

I was gonna mention the google ad as well
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sounds...hard lol

anyway to check your credit ratings for free? I've seen them advertised a lot, but I don't feel like paying money for no real reason
try creditkarma.com
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try creditkarma.com

alright, but if my identities stolen i'm blaming you!

I'm assuming this is a trustworthy site??

Edit: Thanks! looks like im right in the middle of good, 69th percentile. Not bad considering i'm only 19..too bad I couldnt get a duc

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alright, but if my identities stolen i'm blaming you!

I'm assuming this is a trustworthy site??

Edit: Thanks! looks like im right in the middle of good, 69th percentile. Not bad considering i'm only 19..too bad I couldnt get a duc
Go to a bank or a credit union and buy my 996s. I'll make ya an offer that will be tough to refuse.
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Go to a bank or a credit union and buy my 996s. I'll make ya an offer that will be tough to refuse.
I'll give ya 2500 for it




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Doesn't everyone buy bikes for cash anymore I guess I am the last guy on the planet

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nope, you arent the last..
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Go to a bank or a credit union and buy my 996s. I'll make ya an offer that will be tough to refuse.
I'll take your Duc off your hands. Next time your cars need to be towed I'll just do an even trade for the bike. Speaking of cars Im assuming everything all good with them?
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Cars are all good. Mandys escort wagon had a blown engine, bought her a '05 Scion xA, and she loves it. I have put 15k miles on the Hyundai, and no problems. I am just putting out a few feelers for the Duc. It is an awesome ride, and hard to get rid of.
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Sounds like an unheard of promotion for that type of bike... but dang, who wants to make payments for 72 months on a BIKE that you can ride half the year?

That particular bike is cool - but I think I'd get tired of it well before 6 years. and this is coming from someone who's had their current 1999 model bike since it was new.
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every bike i own, bought with a stack of benjis
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Cars are all good. Mandys escort wagon had a blown engine, bought her a '05 Scion xA, and she loves it. I have put 15k miles on the Hyundai, and no problems. I am just putting out a few feelers for the Duc. It is an awesome ride, and hard to get rid of.
Once I get back to work full time, if I could get a loan with a good rate, i'd def. think about it dave! I looove Ducs, got to sit on/ogle at one at a dealership in woodstock...

For some reason I thought you have a 748?

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