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bcmiller

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Re: Dealer trade?
« Reply #30 on: April 29, 2016, 04:10:29 AM »
Guys, in dealer trades the p-o-p will reflect the selling dealer,

the window sticker, car shipper all of the GM factory prepared paper will reflect the original purchasing dealer

seldom if ever did they go back and change original GM documents because simple fact is GM sold it to a different dealer.
and if it was dealer traded the p-o-p usually is the only thing that reflects the selling dealer.

You could have a hand written dealer invoice I guess, but I would expect all GM paper to show original purchasing dealer.

It is my understanding that the paperwork is all from the selling dealer, not the original purchasing dealer from the NCRS report. But maybe I am wrong.
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Re: Dealer trade?
« Reply #31 on: April 29, 2016, 04:31:09 AM »
Guys, in dealer trades the p-o-p will reflect the selling dealer,

the window sticker, car shipper all of the GM factory prepared paper will reflect the original purchasing dealer

seldom if ever did they go back and change original GM documents because simple fact is GM sold it to a different dealer.
and if it was dealer traded the p-o-p usually is the only thing that reflects the selling dealer.

You could have a hand written dealer invoice I guess, but I would expect all GM paper to show original purchasing dealer.

It is my understanding that the paperwork is all from the selling dealer, not the original purchasing dealer from the NCRS report. But maybe I am wrong.

that is what Austin stated; the NCRS paper lists the OH dealer, and Austin's 'other' original paperwork from the dealer in MI.   It just means that the car was shipped from the factory to the Ohio dealer, and a 'dealer to dealer' trade from the OH dealer to the MI dealer where the car was sold to satisfy the customer order...   Happened/and happens/ all the time.
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Re: Dealer trade?
« Reply #32 on: April 29, 2016, 12:53:23 PM »
Guys, in dealer trades the p-o-p will reflect the selling dealer,

the window sticker, car shipper all of the GM factory prepared paper will reflect the original purchasing dealer

seldom if ever did they go back and change original GM documents because simple fact is GM sold it to a different dealer.
and if it was dealer traded the p-o-p usually is the only thing that reflects the selling dealer.

You could have a hand written dealer invoice I guess, but I would expect all GM paper to show original purchasing dealer.

It is my understanding that the paperwork is all from the selling dealer, not the original purchasing dealer from the NCRS report. But maybe I am wrong.

that is what Austin stated; the NCRS paper lists the OH dealer, and Austin's 'other' original paperwork from the dealer in MI.   It just means that the car was shipped from the factory to the Ohio dealer, and a 'dealer to dealer' trade from the OH dealer to the MI dealer where the car was sold to satisfy the customer order...   Happened/and happens/ all the time.

Yes dealer trades happened in 1960's and today, but the paperwork from GM reflects original purchasing dealer, not final selling dealer, even today if you get your window sticker on a vehicle your selling dealer traded for it will reflect the original dealer your dealer got it from before he sold it to you.

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Re: Dealer trade?
« Reply #33 on: May 05, 2016, 10:25:58 PM »
Thank you rsinor!
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Re: Dealer trade?
« Reply #34 on: May 21, 2016, 03:19:31 PM »
Any updates on this?
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