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i dont know my credit score and i want to see if i can finace my own car!
The only thing i have ever had on my credit was My dad co signed a car lease for 2 years and i made every payment on time till the lease came up! Other than that i have nothing else on my credit! and this wont tell me my credit sccore so do u think i can finiace my own car now without any helop?

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Go to My FICO

Go to myfico.com you need to be at 620 or if buying a Ford they will go as low as 560 Dec. is the best time of year to buy. Good luck!!!

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depends,  how long has it been from when the lease was paid off?

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You would have to look for a dealership that advertises to finance people with "no credit", you will probably need a good sized down payment and possibly a cosigner. Take the time to read all that you can on how to build credit, it would be wise to build credit first, then worry about financing a car once you have decent credit, if not you will pay a lot more than you need to.

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