If it were 0% interest like I got for the Q50, I would. Otherwise, I'd just write them a check but not with that much markup. I'll never forget buying my first RX-7 as a 25-year-old. I put $500 down as a deposit and had to wait several months for them to get the color and trim level I wanted as they were scarce. At the time, I was working a strike at our paper mill and was working 12-hour days, 7 days a week for 3 weeks then 3 days off and 12-hour nights, 7 days a week for 3 weeks. Rinse and repeat for 8 1/2 months. My salary was converted to an hourly rate, and we were all paid time and a half over 40 hours, so I was getting paid for 106 hours/week. I was either sleeping or working during that time, so no time to go spend money and I accumulated a decent amount of it by the time the strike ended.I don't think Avedis will be taking out a loan.
My RX-7 finally came in and the dealership called me to come down to pick it up. I show up, look the car over, and told them I'll buy it. They asked me how I was going to finance it. I said I'll pay cash, and will you take a personal check? The car cost $7,500 in 1979 ($31,000 in today's dollars) so they were a little flabbergasted that some young kid would pay cash for the car. They asked if it was alright if they contacted my bank to make sure I had enough money to cover the check. I told them go ahead. They did and the bank said the check was good. I signed the papers, took the keys, and drove away, with the sales manager and finance guy standing in the doorway just staring at me, trying to figure out how some kid could afford to write a check for that car.
If the Vette was being sold at MSRP, I would have thought more seriously about it but no way I'm paying that much over MSRP for a used car. I was born at night, but not last night.