Does anyone know how I can make 45,000 a 16 year old and am in love with a 2014 dodge challenger.?

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  • Does anyone know how I can make 45,000 a 16 year old and am in love with a 2014 dodge challenger.?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 18:22
Well its a nice dream But really not needed. Depending on your parents credit why not lease the car? If you can't afford they payments you can always take it back. Combination of insurance and lease payments you are looking at $600. I would start looking for a legit part to job to help them out.
Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 18:30
There's some difficulty. Other than the price of the car, there's also gas and insurance, which will be quite shocking when you find out how much the rates are for a driver your age and a car like that. You need a decent, high paying job to get one. Even if you found a briefcase with $45,000 somewhere, you still need to put money to keep the car running.
Answer #3 | 19/12 2013 18:46
If there was anything you could do, you would have already done it. Maybe if you wait 5 yrs & be smart you could swing this. but blowing money on a new muscle car doesn't show smartness. prioritize.
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 06:29
You are not living in reality. $50,000 would take a long time even if you sold your body at $10-200 a time. Minimum wage is about $7.25 an hour. Say $6 after taxes. $50k divided by $6=8333 hours.
Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 13:18
the only good challenger is an old challenger.
Answer #6 | 20/12 2013 13:09
I'm old enough to be your grandma, have a full-time job that pays me more than $55K per year with excellent benefits, I have no mortgage or credit card debt, and I'm driving a 6-year old Impala. It's been paid for for nearly 3 years. Sure, it would be nice to go out and blow my money on a new car (I've been looking at the new Chevrolet SS, a $55K car). But there's nothing wrong with the car I own. It's nice to be young and have dreams and fantasies. But in order to realize dreams, it takes money, and neither you or you parents can afford to buy, insure, and maintain that car for you. Your first car should be a used, mechanically-sound you can buy with cash. Get a part-time job and save your money. Buy your dream car when you're older!

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