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If I had to guess, I would say that older cars from up north would be cheaper than cars in the south because they probably have more salt damage & rust and are thus worth less.
I live in Alabama and was a dealer of 10+ year old cars for many years. Most of the time, they didn't have any rust or salt damage, when one did come, it sold for cheap because of the rust.
I doubt that price differences for the exact same car is going to be material depending on the state.
Ive heard that trucks from Texas might be a few hundred cheaper than some other states. With the cost to ship or drive it, the savings evaporate quickly.
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