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Depending on your state, the LENDER can get a JUDGEMENT and attach your "paid for" car(or anything else of value in your name) so when you sell it, they will get paid first.

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Q: If you still owe for a car that was repossessed three years ago can they take your new vehicle that is fully paid for?
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