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You have no right to the collateral/vehicle. The bankruptcy does not defeat the right of the lender to the right to repossess the vehicle, even though the lender cannot sue you for a deficiency on the debt/loan. And there is no statute of limitations on the exercise of the repossession right.
If you don't give up th vehicle voluntarily, the lender will find it on the street somewhere and eventually just take it from you.
Hope this helps.
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That would be a misdemeanor in California, under Penal Code secs. 570-574. The buyer has no right to the property, but he/she can sue you for fraud, if the car is repossessed. And, the DA can prosecute you for the crime.
Maybe you should try to get the truck back and give the buyer his/her money back, before things get out of hand.