If your state exemptions and exclusions will permit it.
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Yes, in New Jersey there is no exemption for your cars. They will have to be revealed in post-judgment discovery and the Constable can take them and auction them.
First, you can try to settle the matter via payment plan or the like. Of course they have leverage with judgment in hand but often they want money. Yes, they can levy and auction your cars. However, that is only to the extent of your equity. For example, if the cars are leased or subject to bank loan or some other lien that might be superior to this creditor, the matter might not be so simple.
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