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Using your car as collateral...

Ravenous Wolf

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It is and can be done - but it will usually be done through a bank's "Financial" department - like Wells Fargo Financial or CitiFinancial. Rates will be higher than most secured loans (I think) because the collateral is still a depreciating asset - so you still might pay between 12 to 18%.

I could be wrong.

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