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I own a 2002 mustang coup whose blue book price is $15,000. I owe $20,000 on it. My monthly payments are high. I want to trade it in and buy two cars for my two teenagers but I want my two new monthly payments to almost equal my present high one. Any advice?

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Joy Sherman, Owner  at Ms. Motorcars If you have strong credit, you might be able to push out the payments for 72 months. Good luck! Joy Sherman, Ms. Motorcars

Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com You can calculate your payments here: http://www.bankrate.com/brm/calculators/autos.asp Hope this helps!

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