Hi there and thank you for your question,
The short answer is no, you won't get your vehicles back. The reason for this is that ABSA has cancelled the finance agreement and has taken the vehicles back to sell them to recover the amount that you owe to them.
There is however a possibility that you could get the vehicles back if you had money to settle your accounts in full with ABSA. i.e. you pay whatever is outstanding on the finance agreement. Then ABSA will return the vehicles to you. But I don't know how you will come up with that money - especially since I don't think that another bank will loan it to you if they know that ABSA has just closed your accounts.
You could also go to the auction when your vehicles are sold and buy them back yourself. You will however need to come up with finance to do this - but some people do this!
You should also realise that ABSA will (once they've sold the vehicles on auction) come after you for the balance that is still owing. They will issue a summons against you for that money.
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