Yes. A car can be sold in PA (either by an individual or a dealer) without current inspection stickers. It is the buyer's responsibility to have the car inspected within 10 days of purchase. (Taken from PennDOT website)
You will need to sell your car and then do a legal transfer of the title.
No. Don't sell cars with bent frames. It's not nice. Or very profitable. Have a nice day.
You need to say what state. In Virginia you can own all the cars you want. It is how many you sell per year that would determine whether or not you needed a dealer license.
i sure hope so .I am a huge dealer and want to do it legally. :)
Legally, in Ky if you sell even 1 car for profit you are considered a dealer and need a license. In other words if you buy a car and are doing so for the express purpose of selling it for profit you are a dealer. If you were to sell a car you had owned for awhile and made a profit on the sale then you are not a dealer. It is all about intent.
A dealer can do whatever they want, they are not legally obliagted to sell you any car.
is it true that a dealer have to hold a car for twenty one days before they can sell it after it has been repossed
Not legally. But if he had the keys then yes.
Yes it is illegal for a dealer to sell such a car. Contact your state Attorney General if you bought such a car.
You can't. Get a duplicate title.