Financing a vehicle a few months before I expect to apply for a mortgage?


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My wife and I are planning to buy our first home together sometime around June/July time this year so we're mainly in 'piling up cash' mode and are trying to avoid any unnecessary expenses and especially taking out any new credit.However, my winter beater truck has decided that it's time for it to retire more or less immediately. Driving my regular "three season" vehicle out here in winter isn't always feasible so I'm now faced with two options:1) Buy another crap can winter beater truck for

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