Hi all -- I'm 22, graduating this year, and will be living in Austin TX. My total compensation will be ~160k first year, and I want to get my dream car (corvette). I've been looking at an 08-10 C6, all in around 25k, or a 14-15 c7 all in around 35k. I'll have the cash on hand, and I don't want to deal with a payment and the extra debt, but I also appreciate the possibility that it might make better financial sense to take a loan and park the principle elsewhere in a CD/bond account. Anyways, I'm curious if you all think cash would be the best idea, or if financing, what terms to expect, where to park my principle during the loan, etc. I've never taken a big loan before.
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