If the vehicle is still in your name then you can certainly take possession of it, put it on blocks, store it in a warehouse, remove the tags, or whatever else you would like to do.
At this point in time, you have what is known as legal title and that means "the vehicle is still in your name"; although your daughter would have what is know as equitable title which means "she has an interest in the vehicle based on something other than her name being on the title". However, with equitable title she would have to get a court order to establish that assuming that you did not agree.
As far as the court entering a temporary order giving her the rights to the vehicle, since you were not a party to the divorce the court's order is not binding on you anyway.
As a practical matter, I would advise that you not go and try to take the vehicle yourself. I have never heard of anyone trying that without some type of problem arising. You should be able to hire a local wrecker service or repo company to go pickup the vehicle and bring it to you. While that may cost you a little, it usually is not very expensive. It is worth it to avoid any potential trouble.
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