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Cars have blue books not green.

 

Person selling it is not in possession of the book hence they cannot legally sell it.

 

Caveat Emptor.

 

 

 

 

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Just now, Don Mega said:

Cars have blue books not green.

 

Person selling it is not in possession of the book hence they cannot legally sell it.

 

Caveat Emptor.

 

 

 

 

sorry  yes  dont  know  why  i  was  thinking  green

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8 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

Person selling it is not in possession of the book hence they cannot legally sell it.

Caveat Emptor.

 

Definitely iffy, still on finance maybe. Unless the seller can get a replacement book in their name I wouldn't touch it. 

 

Also seems very cheap for a 2017 colorado with only 20k on the clock.

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Is it a pick up on hire purchase, and you take over payments???...blue book will be with finance company until final payment made.

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Yandex translate doesn't help a lot

 

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Things to know about the car dropped a pledge
1. Trading cars do not have copies of supporting documents used
Car ID card, house registration document, the loan
Money transfer floating power of attorney document debt confirmation
With signature
2. Car tax act. Insurance normally.
3. Is not transferred to the liner only once and then resold
Or turn night.
4. Car owners report lost or get the car back, not
Because the signed document every step
5. See Dan call a check filed documents to view.
6. Legal matters Finance with car owners deal
Familiarly, we're not affiliated with a document confirming the
Acquisition of assets of ball escape clear
7. Every car search is not car thieves have documented the same.
All car illegal we do not sell (don't want to boil
Hot)
8. Do not understand anything or suspect anything more
Ask. don't be afraid to not buy that.
#Buy a fresh installment not ***

 

The seller seems legit, he has a long history and a fair few vehicles on sale.

 

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This may do better in the Thai Language Forum since it's really translation and interpretation needed.

 

Let's move it there for better input.

 

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Not a problem if you want the car/truck good time to buy. 

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59 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

Not a problem if you want the car/truck good time to buy. 

explain more? example I  buy it can tax  and insure it, I  have no  plan to resell it most  likely  run it  into the ground etc

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3 hours ago, bodga said:

explain more? example I  buy it can tax  and insure it, I  have no  plan to resell it most  likely  run it  into the ground etc

Nothing to explain of course you can if you buy it all off you get blue book so you can tax & ins it, if it is not done already. 

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#3   says it all really

ownership cannot be transferred...you can only drive it   if you get bored then sell it on

( to some other sucker)  or return it   (presumably to the finance company)

 

So a bit like renting the thing until the loan is totally paid of  and then its in someone else's name ?

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1 hour ago, johng said:

#3   says it all really

ownership cannot be transferred...you can only drive it   if you get bored then sell it on

( to some other sucker)  or return it   (presumably to the finance company)

 

So a bit like renting the thing until the loan is totally paid of  and then its in someone else's name ?

but  if  i  keep it ten years until its worth nothing then what?

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Just now, bodga said:

but  if  i  keep it ten years until its worth nothing then what?

The finance company will come looking for it long before that.

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37 minutes ago, johng said:

The finance company will come looking for it long before that.

Yep  Wife  just spoken to the dealer, same dealer that says they dont sell dodgy vehicles  🤣

Yep the owner (well one who  borrowed the money)  sold it to "someone" and  apparently they can put "new  numbers" on it for me😂 followed with the wise words of "oh many people do this" so finance co owns it.

Just curious anyway on exactly what was going on.

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I am curious to know what this is about.
A new word to me. สังหาริมทรัพย์ sang haa rima sap, moveable assets(?) as opposed to อสังหาริมทรัพย์ real estate. 
In the case of the OP it appears that he has seen a car for sale and was given this notice to read by the person holding the car. The person holding the car has lent money against it and is selling to recover his money plus charges. If the keeper of the car has bought it on hire purchase then the finance company is involved.  The keeper of the car is in debt to both the finance company and the person offering the car for 'sale'(?) Is this what item 3 Is about. You can effectively lease the car for what the pawn shop is owed! 
4. The keeper can not claim that it is stolen or demand its return because the 'holder' has a record of every step which led to him having the car. 
5. If stopped by the police you will have all the paperwork to present. 
6. I don't understand this เจ้าของรถ is that the Finance Company, the person who borrowed the money or you? I think that it means that any outstanding finance is between you and the finance company. 
7 This just says that they don't deal in stolen or illegal cars and have the paperwork to prove it. 
#Cash only 


That somebody brought up changed plates would put me off, but this is Thailand, the margins on loans is quite large and lenders want to cut their losses. People become untraceable easily so sometimes expediency demand that "corners are cut". 

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