What is your question? A car that has never been titled can still be sold as new, even if it is 1 or 2 years old. It is just a new car with mileage. Commonly called "Demonstrators". It might be easier to think of it this way: ALL new cars are untitled but not all UNTITLED cars are NEW. " Demos " or " Demonstrators " are new cars that have been used by the dealership( or one of its employees ) for a certain period of time and then returned to retail stock to be sold. There are certain special rules that apply to demos that vary by manufacturer but, provided they are current year ( 2005 )or newer (2006), they can be financed and warranted as " new " eventhough they may have a few thousand miles on the odometer. Once the CALENDAR year changes(January '06)then ALL the 2005 year models are one year old/used from the lender's/insurance co's perspective regardless of whether they've been titled or not. Again, there are certain exceptions with demos, but the situation in the car market is pretty much as described above. -David
no cause i never saw them there before.
Once they are repossesed by insurance companies and salvaged titled they will more than likely be resold if not demolished or sold for scrap depending on severity of the damage.
If the car has never been titled then it can be sold as new. A new car demonstrator or demo will often have as many as 5,000 miles on it and still sold as new.
No - it is a used vehicle It has Already been titled
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You are responsible for the title because you were the one that traded the car. You say the vehicle was never titled. Go to the DMV with the vin number and see if the car was titled and you did receive. If it was then apply for a lost title. If it was never titled you will have to go back to the dealer where it was bought and get them to process the paperwork for the title.
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2, How to Save a Life, and the self-titled The Fray.
yes. The person who the vehicle is titled to is the owner of the vehicle.
As of November 27, 2009, Taylor Swift has sold 4.4 million copies of her self titled debut album.
If being in escrow means sold...yes
Possibly, if it hasn't been titled before.
Giacometti is a sculptor who in November 2000 produced the bronze titled Grand Femme Debout I. This bronze sold for $14.3 million. In 2008 the bronze titled Grande Femme Debout II was sold at Christie's for $27.4 million.
The vehicle can be sold as new as long as it has not been titled.
The author of the novel titled A Million Little Pieces is the author James Frey. The novel was originally intended to be sold to the public in the form of a memoir.
no as soon as it leaves the lot its not new you can sell it as practically new or like newAnswerYes it can be sold as new as long as the car has never been titled. I have looked in magazines where they sell used cars that have like 1000-1200 miles on it and they say that it is new or like new.
It has nothing to do with the miles. It has to do with the title. If the car has never been titled it can be sold as new. Typically in the situation of a demo a dealer will put less than 5,000 miles on the car. The warranty is not affected because it starts when you purchase the car not from zero miles but from the miles at that time.
As slaves, they couldn't know if they were going from bad to worse, and if they had a family, being sold meant that they would have to leave them behind and maybe never see them again.
The product being sold is the product being manufactured or grown for a market willing to purchase the product.
Metallica's self-titled album is the highest selling record.
Nothing is being sold there because the store have all closed.
sold on eBayApparently around $18 since that is what it sold for on eBay recently.
According to research, she never sold her share in the Mattel company. The family are still stockholders in the company and the Handers never sold out. Ruth stepped down from management, but never sold her holdings.
she only had one sister and she was never sold