PLEASE HELP if you can. I have never run across this question before but this one applies to me. MISSION: How can I most easily sell my 2002 (very low mileage) car that I have here in Cancun? BACKGROUND: I have an FM3, the car is less than 10 years old, is registered in Florida, I have a current Permiso de Importacion Temporal, and I have contacted Johndish, who sold an over 10 year old car to a Mexican citizen by going to Chetumal. John's deal will not work for me due to the age of my car. Since my car is not old enough to be nationalized am I limited to selling it to someone with an FM3, or someone who needs a car here but comes and goes on an FMT? In John's case, the buyer got something from her attorney that was acceptable to Aduana/Banjercitor or whomever. In my case, I am wondering how an FM3 or FMT buyer could register the car in the U.S. without the car being there. I know that for the 2 cars that I have imported, I have had to provide a registration as part of the importing process. But maybe there is a way around this, especially if I can find a buyer who has an FM3. If I was in the US I would be concerned about getting the title out of my name and registered in the name of the new buyer but I am not sure if this is equally important to me here. IS THERE A PRACTICAL SOLUTION AVAILABLE? Maybe i could title it in my daughter's name before the next time she comes to visit, and then get the Permiso in her name and drive it myself since I am close relative, and then bring another car in titled to me, which is what I really want to do in the first place. I hope someone has a simple answer or can come up with some creative thinking or paper shuffliing option that works for me. Thanks in advance, T.J.