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Until the writ has been executed you're free to do whatever you want with the car, including selling it at auction.
A request for the writ of execution would be filed in the court where the judgment was issued or in a local court so you could contact the clerk of courts office and they could tell you whether one has been filed and/or granted. Some clerks won't actually look stuff up for you if you're on the phone so you can also go to the clerk's office and have them pull the file and you can look in it to see what has been filed and the clerk can also check their records to see if one was filed with them but hasn't made it into their paper file yet (ex. it is on teh judge's desk waiting for a signature).
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