Apparently, there is case pending before the Supreme Court that could over turn the "right of first sale" for all goods that hold a US copyright, but are manufactured outside the US, which at this point is just about everything.
Here are a couple of links for those who are interested in more details:
The case at hand, Kirtsaeng v John Wiley, revolves around text books, but I see no reason it would not apply to cars, clothes or anything else.
I have not seen any discussion about this topic on the site, so I am hoping that some of our more lawyerly folks will weigh in. Is this just a tempest in a teapot or is as bad as it seems?