2013 Tahoe PPV Purchase

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foggyrooks

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Allright so this is what I got back from the credit union I applied to:

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Total loan amount for vehicle, GAP and Warranty will be $11,117.00 for a loan term of 66 months with an interest rate of 10.24%.

With Credit Life & Disability (Loan Protection) added, your monthly payment will be $242.00. Without Loan Protection, monthly payment will be $220.97"

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Allright so this is what I got back from the credit union I applied to:

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Total loan amount for vehicle, GAP and Warranty will be $11,117.00 for a loan term of 66 months with an interest rate of 10.24%.

With Credit Life & Disability (Loan Protection) added, your monthly payment will be $242.00. Without Loan Protection, monthly payment will be $220.97"

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Seems about right for the amount and term. I’m surprised they’ll go that long.

When I bought my 2015 the banks balked at financing. I almost said eff it and used cash.
 
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Here it is! So happy with it, can't wait to work on it more and really turn it i to something special. Any recommendations on work I should tackle first? My friend said to get STP Fuel Treatment, is that good for this engine? Also need to address the fading on the roof and hood, and theres a dime sized chip in the hood that cut thru to bare metal. Thanks for the advice y'all, I'm glad I followed thru with it!20230218_133856.jpg20230218_133917.jpg20230218_133856.jpg20230218_134000.jpg20230218_134011.jpg20230218_134020.jpg
 

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You might consider adding a DIC, the driver information center switches. The switch new is about $25. If you buy the trim piece from eBay, they usually have the switch in place. $60-$100 depending on the finish. The brushed finish is usually most expensive. I bought a wood grain piece, and sprayed it flat black.

The harness it plugs into is sitting behind the trim ready to go.

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You might consider adding a DIC
Ah, the first DIC comment to break the ice with the new member. :rofl:

I agree on adding the DIC. Let me know if you want to see pics of my DIC, I am sure other members will provide DIC pics too, if you ask. I'd also add a center console (if it were me), before tackling much else. You might try your local bone yard first, but they can be found on eBay.

Here is a helpful thread I always kept bookmarked to trim parts too.

 

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