To secure financing for classic car purchases, consider the following providers for classic car loans and leases.
J.J. Best Banc & Co. is the oldest and largest financier of classic and collectible cars, trucks and SUVs as well as both classic and modern boats. Thanks to our years of experience we are able to offer fast and convenient financing with low rates and long terms. We offer loans from $6000 to $1,000,000+ on collectible vehicles from the Brass Era to modern muscle and sports cars of the 2000s. Get pre-qualified today and shop for the vehicle of your dreams with confidence and buying power whether buying from a private party, dealer or auction company. Give one of our knowledgeable loan officers a call at 1-800-872-1965 or apply online at www.jjbest.com 24 hours a day.
Premier Financial Services specializes in leasing exotic, vintage, highline and luxury vehicles, and can finance any vehicle over $50,000.
Woodside Credit is recognized as the leader in collector car finance by manufacturers, dealers and enthusiasts. We are committed to providing our clients with fast, friendly and professional service along with The Lowest Monthly Payments for loans from $10,000 to $600,000. Please contact one of our friendly loan specialists at 888-354-3982 or visit us online at www.woodsidecredit.com to apply or get a quick quote.
Looking for a fast, low-interest auto loan? LightStream is a national online consumer lending division of SunTrust Bank. When you have good credit, LightStream offers auto loans from $5,000 to $100,000, with no fees, down payments or prepayment penalties, at competitive rates — and, if all conditions are met, often as soon as the same day you apply.* LightStream will finance any car from any seller (individual or dealer), regardless of make or model, with no loan-to-value restrictions. Whether you prefer a muscle car, a hot rod, or something vintage or antique, LightStream brings the collector car you’ve always wanted within reach. Lending Uncomplicated® — only from LightStream. *See important disclosures here.