Jayhawk Acceptance Corp. will quit its subprime auto lending business and focus on financing cosmetic surgery after it emerges from bankruptcy.

The Dallas-based lender, which rocked Wall Street when it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February, said in its recently filed reorganization plan that it "does not intend to continue" buying loans from dealers who sell cars to consumers with bad credit.

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