brokering vs saleperson purchased

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Many posts on brokering the cars.
Is this same as when the sales staff orders a
car. Our salesman told us this is what was
being done.

Planning on re-selling the cars. May be what
brought on the no sale-statement.They could
also order in a friend or family name too.

Guess since dealer isn't actual reselling
may be a loop hole.

A post on the old BON pretty much confirmed
the salesman comment. Glad printed it out
with problems on the old forum.

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My understanding from reading the letter my dealer got, was that if a vehicle ends up on e-bay, at the local auction, in the hands of a used vehicle dealer or other make dealer (especially if it hasn't been registered/titled) the selling dealer would be in trouble with Ford - and maybe in violation of his/her franchise agreement.

According to other sites, Ford has already cancelled one dealers remaining Thunderbird allocation for the balance of the 2002 model year.

Even if you were to purchase a new T-Bird and put it on e-bay, etc. your dealer might be held responsible by Ford - thus the agreement not to resell for 6 months.
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