Can I be sued for not returning a car that was given to me?

Question Details: A friend gifted me a car that sat in a field for 2 years, not running. I paid for towing, storage, repairs and had the title transferred a few days ago. I have the bill of sale and the car is insured. His wife suddenly decided to divorce him and is demanding that I return it or face consequences. The car was originally in the husband's name and he purchased it during the marriage with money he inherited from his grandmother's estate. Can I keep the car? Do I owe either of them anything? Can I get into trouble for having this car?

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