Plaintiff sued to foreclose a motor vehicle lien filed under the provisions of sections 8524-8528, Mason's Minn. Stat. (1927). Intervener interposed a claim as bona fide purchaser of the automobile before the lien was recorded. Plaintiff did record within the sixty day period fixed by the statute for that purpose. Held, the lien is superior to the title of intervener, even though latter bought the automobile without knowledge or notice, actual or constructive, of the lien. Pratt v. Armstrong et al. (Bud Johnson, Inc., Intervener), (Minn. 1934) 255 N. W. 91.