When you see a "Property of GM" sticker on a new car, it means just that, property of GM, and it cannot be sold. These are not demo vehicles either. What this means is that they haven't finalized pricing on the model yet. Dealers can't sell these vehicles because they don't own them yet. They don't have invoices on them so they don't even know how much to sell them for either. At the beginning of each model year some of the first vehicles recieved at dealerships have these stickers.Fformula88 said:Although I think it applies to any new vehicle, I believe GM still does this. If you see the first vehicle of a new model arrive on a GM lot, it has a big "property of GM" sticker on a window, and no information on its usual window sticker. These are the demos I was eluding to in a prior post. The dealer can sell the car, but it was sent to the dealer by GM early on with the intent of it being used as a demo for potential buyers.