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How do you buy a government-repossessed vehicle?

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2009-09-16 18:34:20
2009-09-16 18:34:20

The government does not make auto loans, and therefore does not repossess vehicles. The IRS may seize vehicles for tax delinquencies and the police at all levels will confiscate cars used in the commission of a crime. These are often sold at auction, sometimes by sealed bid, and sometimes through a local dealer's lot. You might be able to find out when the next local auction is by contacting the city police (please don't use 911 to call them) or watch the local papers for an announcement. Or, turn off your spam filter and you'll get offers to sell you a list of upcoming government auctions.

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