Free Sample Automobile Bill of Sale Form

Automobile Bill of Sale documents are used by an individual to sell an automobile to another. This document sets out the name of the seller and purchaser, a description of the vehicle, the VIN, and the purchase price for the vehicle. It contains an Odometer Disclosure Statement which is necessary in most states, and it will serve as proof of ownership of the subject automobile.

Disclaimer:This was not drafted by an attorney & should not be used as a legal document.

The Undersigned, _____________________ (“Seller”) wishes to sell and the Buyer wishes to buy the property, assets and undertaking described below for the consideration and on the terms and conditions set forth below:

Legal Description of Property:

Color: _____ Year: ____ Make: ______ Model: _______ VIN: ______________________

1. Seller hereby warrants and covenants to and with the said Buyer that Seller has good and marketable title to such property to be sold, transferred, assigned and conveyed hereunder, free and clear or subject to any disclosed liens, claims, encumbrances or restrictions of any kind, has the right, power and authority to, and hereby does, sell, transfer, assign and convey all of said assets free and clear or hereby disclosed of such liens, claims, encumbrances and restrictions.

2. Said Seller hereby covenants that it will warrant, indemnify and save harmless the Buyer same against all lawful claims whatsoever.

3. This Bill of Sale shall inure to the benefit of the successors and assigns of the Buyer.


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Seller                                                                                       Buyer


____________________                                                        ____________________

Date                                                                                        Date

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